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Pipty
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Wondering if anyone has any experience cancelling United Alarm service. Would you be able to use the alarm as normal without the monitoring portion and have it be a noise maker basically? I assume I would own the system after the contract has expired.

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Yup - it would just make noise as it's not connected.

I contemplated doing what you did, however I still really wanted monitoring cause it included fire and flood sensors.

I figured I could get the discount on the monitoring since they would've subsidized the cost of the hardware over the term in the monitoring cost. They ended up reducing the monitoring fee to $16/month.

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I'm no longer on a contract and they told me it would cost money if I cancelled

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I think you can get a fine from the city for an unmonitored alarm if someone complains though.
I had mine set up to dial my cell originally, but then went monitored. Interestingly enough United was the one who set it up for me to dial my cell.

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I cancelled United alarm at my house, and had no hassles. However, didn't ever try to set it as a noisemaker alarm after the fact though. That seems pointless.

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