ADT Home Security Monitoring Indianola, Mississippi

Starting at just $27.99/mo Plus Get A $100 Visa Prepaid Debit Giftcard

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Individually Customized & Installed

  • 24-hr fast response time with 4 US monitoring centers for redundancy
  • Expertly installed by a professional near you. Same-day installation is available.
  • From basic packages to smart home and video remote monitoring.
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Indianola, Mississippi Homeowners, Call 844-898-8900

Choose the Perfect Home Security System Monitoring Plan For Your Home Free* Alarm System ($850 value) when you activate an ADT-Monitored security package! With $99.00 Customer Installation Charge and purchase of alarm monitoring services. Early termination fees apply. See Important Terms and Conditions to this offer below

Below are just a few of ADT Monitoring plans available for Indianola, Mississippi

Traditional Plan

$ 32
99
Monthly
  • ADT 24/7 monitoring
  • Customized Security Systems
  • Maintenance/Extended Warranty
  • Cellular Connection to Monitoring
  • Optional 2-Way Voice
  • Optional Life Safety
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Remote

$ 52
99
Monthly
  • ADT 24/7 monitoring
  • Customized Security Systems
  • Maintenance/Extended Warranty
  • Cellular Connection to Monitoring
  • Optional 2-Way Voice
  • Optional Life Safety
  • App Notifications (via app)
  • Remote Arm/Disarm (via app or internet)
  • System Scheduling
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Video & Automation

$ 62
99
Monthly
  • ADT 24/7 monitoring
  • Customized Security Systems
  • Maintenance/Extended Warranty
  • Cellular Connection to Monitoring
  • Optional 2-Way Voice
  • Optional Life Safety
  • App Notifications (via app)
  • Remote Arm/Disarm (via app or internet)
  • System Scheduling
  • Video Monitoring
  • Real-Time Video Footage
  • Smart Home Automation

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Indianola, Mississippi Home Security Systems
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"I was moved into a new home and I also live by myself. SafeStreets offered special pricing with my power company so I went with them. The sales process was all over the telephone which was good. Also, the guy who came and installed was great. It only took him a few hours to have the system installed. He then walked me through everything. Additionally, the features offered are just what I need. The quality is good and the cost is within my price range. Having the system definitely has put me at peace when I go to bed at night. I definitely recommend SafeStreets to others."
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More about Indianola, Mississippi

Indianola is a city in and the county seat of Sunflower County, Mississippi, United States, in the Mississippi Delta. The population was 10,683 at the 2010 census.

In 1891, Minnie M. Cox was appointed postmaster of Indianola, becoming the first black female postmaster in the United States. Her rank was raised from fourth class to third class in 1900, and she was appointed to a full four-year term. Cox’s face was one of the most acclaimed and lucrative public posts in Indianola, as it served nearly 3,000 patrons and paid $1,100 annually, then a large sum. White resentment to Cox’s prestigious turn began to grow, and in 1902 some white residents in Indianola drew in the works a petition requesting Cox’s resignation. James K. Vardaman, editor of The Greenwood Commonwealth and a white supremacist, began delivering speeches reproaching the people of Indianola for “tolerating a negro wench as a postmaster.”

Racial tensions grew, and threats of physical harm led Cox to yield her abandonment to take effect upon January 1, 1903. The incident attracted national attention, and President Theodore Roosevelt refused to accept her resignation, feeling Cox had been wronged, and the authority of the federal direction was subconscious compromised. “Roosevelt stood resolute. Unless Cox’s detractors could prove a reason for her dismissal further than the color of her skin, she would remain the Indianola postmistress.”

Roosevelt closed Indianola’s publish office on January 2, 1903, and rerouted mail to Greenville; Cox continued to get her salary. The thesame month, the United States Senate debated the Indianola postal event for four hours, and Cox left Indianola for her own safety and did not return. In February 1904, the pronounce office was reopened but was demoted in rank from third class to fourth class.