Netgear Launches the Arlo Go LTE Wire-Free Camera on Telstra’s Mobile Network

Netgear and Telstra have launched the Arlo Go LTE Camera, a mobile monitoring device featuring HD Video, night vision, two-way audio, rechargeable batteries and an IP65 weather resistant rating.

Connected by Telstra, the Arlo Go LTE Camera connects to the Telstra Mobile Network with the ability to operate wire-free and without WiFi connectivity. Telstra will also offer the Arlo Go LTE Camera with a bonus Arlo Solar Panel to help keep the device’s battery charged for even longer periods.

“Our customers have told us they are looking for a high-quality and flexible solution to monitor the things that matter to them including their homes, office, assets and pets,” said Jeremy Howe, Telstra’s Director of Product Innovation. 

“We’re pleased to be able to offer them this world-leading solution powered by the reach and speed of our mobile network.”

Arlo HD Smart Cameras are easily set up in minutes, Without the dependency on an existing WiFi connection, the Arlo Go LTE Camera can be deployed and re-deployed quickly wherever there is Telstra Mobile Network coverage. As with all Arlo cameras, Arlo Go LTE includes a rolling seven days of cloud storage from Netgear so you can record and review videos from the Arlo app.

With the Arlo Go LTE Camera’s advanced PIR motion sensor, users are alerted with near real-time notifications whenever an object enters the camera’s field of view. Through Arlo’s mobile and browser apps, you get a live, on demand view of the location as well as the ability to easily play previously recorded videos.

Two way audio allow the ability to hear and speak through the camera and Arlo’s advanced RGB-IR Night Vision technology provides a clear picture in low light. Arlo Go LTE also comes equipped with a micro SD memory card slot for easy local backup in the event of a network interruption,

“Arlo Go LTE Camera is the latest example of how we develop products with a clear focus on our customers’ needs,” said Pat Collins, senior vice president of Arlo products at Netgear.

“With the option to operate wire-free and now with the ability to easily connect where there is mobile network coverage, Arlo Go LTE Camera provides businesses, and consumers with an ability to monitor their properties and assets. And the alliance with Telstra means customers will be able to experience the Arlo Go LTE Camera on Australia’s largest and most reliable mobile network for the first time. We’re also very excited to be launching our smart analytics platform which will provide customers with near real-time intelligence about what’s happening when an event is detected on any of our Arlo Cameras.”

The Arlo Go LTE Camera by Netgear is now available through Telstra Consumer & Small Business channels as a mobile monitoring solution on a range of data plans. For plans and pricing information please visit: telstra.com.au.

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