AT&T 2G Cellular Sunset is Happening

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

AT&T 2G Sunset by 1/1/2017.  Probably Sooner!

2G Cellular Network being turned off.

AT&T’s 2G GSM network shutdown is right on schedule to be completed by January 1, 2017 (or sooner)!

If you have 2G devices on AT&T, your devices will go offline on or before January 1, 2017. In the meantime, AT&T has already stopped adding and certifying new applications, so their customers cannot develop any new GSM M2M/IoT products for use or sale in the U.S. This shutdown will not occur all at once, but will appear sporadically across the country and on January 1, 2017, the 2G wireless network will cease to exist. You may already have fallen victim! (more…)

Yelp Reviews Security Alarm Companies Hawaii

Saturday, July 11th, 2015

People Love Us on Yelp!

Review Security Alarm Companies in Hawaii

Have you ever visited  Are you a Yelper?  Should you be?  Check out Aloha Alarm, and our competitors on Yelp now. (more…)

Summer Sales Scam Rip Offs are Back Hawaii

Thursday, May 14th, 2015

Summer Sales Scam Rip Offs are Back Hawaii!

Every year around summer, there are a handful of security alarm companies from the mainland that hire college kids on summer break with promises of hula skirts, sunshine, and lots of money (your money). They ship them over here and teach them how to manipulate unsuspecting customers to switch alarm companies. When summer is done, they leave, and you are left holding the bag. They call you “low hanging fruit”; easy to pick.

By the time they have caused their chaos, they are back to the mainland. Government and law enforcement never have time to catch up to them to stop the illegal and unethical activity.

Be vigilant, do your research, make sure you are dealing with a local company that will still be around after the summer ends. Don’t become one of their low hanging fruit.

LiveChat with Aloha Alarm on Facebook

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

Aloha Alarm has LiveChat on Facebook

Chat with us via Facebook

Some of you have noticed that while visiting Aloha Alarm’s website, you can click on LiveChat and (more…)

Alarm Permit Website

Sunday, December 14th, 2014

HPD Outsources Alarm Permitting & Tracking

New Alarm Permits, Renewals, Online Payment, Appeal Requests

In accordance with City Council Ordinance 01-63, if you have a residential, commercial, or governmental alarm, you are required to register for an alarm permit PRIOR to operating your new security system.  (Vehicle, Fire, and Medical alarms do NOT need to be registered. Burglar and holdup/panic alarms only.)