Ryazan residents purchased over two thousand cameras from Rostelecom

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Residents of the Ryazan Region have purchased more than two thousand video surveillance cameras from Rostelecom since the start of sales. The press service of the company reports.

During the pandemic, demand for the service increased, Rostelecom noted: in five months, 1.5 times more cameras were sold than in the same period in 2019.

According to Andrey Kartashov, director of the Rostelecom branch in the Tula and Ryazan regions, video surveillance is becoming more and more in demand every day. He added that heightened attention to the service arose precisely during the pandemic, when the residents of Ryazan were limited in movement: someone bought a camera to monitor the safety of the summer cottage, someone to look after pets, a nanny with children and elderly relatives in the apartment, Someone needed outdoor equipment to monitor their car and garage. The company’s developers have made a convenient mobile application for their clients.

A resident of Ryazan, Maria said that during the pandemic, her family moved to their dacha, and for the safety of the apartment they connected the house with video surveillance from Rostelecom. The camera was installed in such a way that a radiator and a balcony were in sight, where windows were opening from a strong thunderstorm. The woman called the round-the-clock online broadcasting one of the advantages.

The digital service “Video Surveillance” includes a cloud platform and a camera – internal and external – with a wide viewing angle, infrared illumination and a motion sensor. The service can be managed through a mobile application and a web resource. The video archive is stored in a secure cloud from Rostelecom from 7 to 30 days, depending on the tariff plan.

Rostelecom clients can purchase CCTV cameras by installments with an initial payment of 350 rubles.

More information about other services and promotions of the provider can be found in the sales centers, on the company’s website or by calling the hotline 8-800-450-0-150.

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