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Myfox Continues to Revolutionize Home Security: Announces On-Demand Professional Home Monitoring at $9.99/Month at CES 2016

Leader in Home Security, Myfox, Showcases DIY Smart Products and Services From January 6-9, 2016 at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (Sands Booth 70739)

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 01/06/16 -- Myfox, a leader in smart home security, today announces the addition of ON-DEMAND 24/7 professional monitoring in the U.S. to its suite of smart home security solutions. The new service will be offered at an unprecedented price of $9.99 per month.

For 10 years, Myfox has revolutionized the home security category with unique deterrent solutions that make living in a safer home a simple and seamless experience.

With the successful launch in 2015 of the highly awarded Myfox Home Alarm and Security Camera in Europe and North America, the company answers fundamental security needs, like preventing break-ins before they happen and absolute privacy protection.

By partnering with industry-best professional monitoring companies, Myfox allows families to choose whether they rely on their trusted community or add-on professional services to help them make their home an even safer place.

"In home security, like in most industries, today's customers expect to get the level of service they actually need, whenever they want," said Jean-Marc Prunet, CEO, Myfox. "With this in mind, we decided to break the barrier that existed in security by offering the most reliable professional services in the U.S. at an unprecedented price, without any ties nor commitments."

Myfox's new services can be added or subtracted on a monthly basis, in one simple click through the Myfox Security app. Starting at $9.99 per month, thousands of dollars can be saved over the course of years when comparing Myfox Professional Services with traditional offers that can cost up to 4x or even 5x more.

Myfox intends to launch its professional monitoring services in the U.S. in Q1 2016.

The company will showcase its DIY Home Alarm Kit, Security Camera, and 24/7 services throughout the duration of CES 2016, at the Sands Expo, Booth 70739. To schedule a media appointment, please contact Heather Hewit at [email protected].

About Myfox
Since 2005, Myfox has been committed to redefining home security with simple, unique solutions designed to safeguard families, their homes and possessions. Myfox is the developer of one of the world's first connected home security systems (2009) and today offers true security and peace of mind through proactive deterrence and its award-winning IntelliTAG™ sensor. In 2015, Myfox introduced its Home Security Camera, which protects homes and privacy with its exclusive privacy shutter. The company was founded by experts from a leading French security lock company and is located in Labège, France and Campbell, California. Myfox is a 2015 International CES Innovation Awards Honoree, and the recipient of an iF Design Award 2015 and 2015 Red Dot Design Award. For more information, visit www.getmyfox.com.

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