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Answer the Door from Thousands of Miles Away, with Reliant’s Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera

Reliant is leading the market with one more proof point for why it is the company Texans can count on to power, protect and simplify life. Reliant has introduced a new offering in its home security product line with the launch of the Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera. The sleek, interactive technology is part of Reliant’s growing suite of residential solutions, designed to give customers convenient and secure control while at home and on the go, all from the palm of your hand.

With this new offering, customers can answer the door, speak to visitors via two-way audio, watch the front of their home live, record doorbell-triggered video and set motion-detection rules – all from the Reliant Connect app.

“To maintain and grow our position as the premier retail electricity provider in Texas, we focus on anticipating convenient solutions that keep people powered and protected wherever they are, fitting today’s mobile-connected lifestyles,” said Elizabeth Killinger, president, Reliant and NRG Retail. “The Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera smartly complements the current power and security products we offer homeowners. Whether it’s watching for a child to come home, a shipment delivery or even unexpected visitors, this technology is sure to benefit our customers.”

The Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera has an integrated camera, passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor, digital microphone and speaker. The doorbell can:

  • Securely unlock/lock a Wi-Fi-enabled door lock from the Reliant Connect app when a doorbell notification is received;
  • Automatically record or show live video on the app when the doorbell is pressed or motion detected;
  • Host two-way audio through the doorbell and app;
  • Send alerts to multiple users when motion sensors activate, even if the doorbell isn’t pressed;
  • Activate Reliant Connect-enabled lighting to turn on if motion is detected;
  • Set to silent mode to turn off the doorbell chime;
  • Operate during dark with full-color night vision.

In addition to the Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera, Reliant offers customers more home automation solutions, including:

  • 24/7 monitoring access and professional installation;
  • Window and door sensors;
  • Reliant smart thermostats;
  • Wireless door locks;
  • Smart plugs;
  • Indoor/outdoor cameras.

For more information on Reliant products and services, call 844-295-5556 or visit www.reliant.com.

Security and Home Automation Services, including the Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera, are offered by NRG Connected Home LLC dba Reliant, a sister company of Reliant Energy Retail Services LLC, both of which are wholly owned by NRG Energy, Inc. Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera is provided by Alarm.com. All questions or complaints concerning this product and/or the accompanying technology should be directed to Alarm.com. Neither Reliant nor its parent company, NRG Energy, Inc., make any representations or warranties of any kind with respect to that company’s products or services.

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