Netgear has partnered with Telstra to launch its Arlo Go LTE camera which uses a SIM card to connect to the Telstra network so it can be located anywhere for mobile monitoring.
The Arlo Go LTE camera has high definition video, night vision, two-way audio, and IP65 weather resistant rating and rechargeable batteries.
The device can be utilised to monitor properties and objects outside of a wireless network.
Instead, the camera uses the Telstra network to connect and remotely monitor activities, deliveries as well as secure your property and equipment.
Arlo Go LTE can also be used to keep an eye on a remote property, a boat in its dock or any other location where wi-fi is not available.
The product supports 3G and 4G technology wherever there is mobile coverage on the Telstra network.
And because it is wire free, the Arlo Go LTE can be discreetly positioned indoors or out.
Also on board is a microSD card slot, so users can insert a memory card and record a local backup in the event of mobile network interruption.
Netgear will provide seven days of recurring cloud recordings which can be used by up to five cameras without a recurring monthly fee or subscription.
Customers can also pay a small monthly fee to store video for up to a year.
The device also has two-way audio so it’s possible to listen in and talk back to whoever is near the camera whether it’s a delivery person dropping off a package or anyone else on your property.
The Arlo Go LTE camera has motion and audio detection which can initiate automatic recordings and alert you with an email or app notification.
Telstra is offering the Arlo Go LTE camera on a range of data plans.
Customers can buy a Netgear Arlo Go LTE camera for $30 a month when signing up to a $15 a month Go Mobile Data Plus plan.
Telstra is also offering a bonus Arlo Solar Panel (valued at $149) to customers signing up to a plan to purchase the Netgear Arlo Go LTE.