No landline GSM Alarm


No landline? Our GSM alarm connects using a SIM card

Our GSM alarms are monitored telecare alarms, for use in homes with no landline. These monitored alarms work via a SIM card. When you press your emergency button, the SIM card connects over a mobile network to our CareLink Control Centre Operators in County Meath. With a GSM alarm, even if you have no landline at home, you can relax knowing that you have a 24-hour connection, should you need help, day or night.


How much does the GSM alarm monitoring & SIM cost?

In addition to the cost of the GSM monitored alarm unit (usually paid at the outset or grant aided through the government's Seniors Alert Scheme) the annual 24-hour monitoring cost of the GSM unit is €66. The cost of a 'multi-roaming' SIM card (which protects you by attaching to the strongest phone network) is a further €72 and includes unlimited emergency calls to our monitoring centre from your GSM alarm and button. Meaning with TASK, you'll never have to worry about running out of call credit at a crucial time, or of receiving any unexpected phone bills.


What if there is a mobile network outage or poor mobile coverage?

Unfortunately network outages happen for various reasons, on all mobile phone networks (e.g. Three eirMobile or Vodaphone). TASK protects you by using a 'multi-network' SIM that attaches to the strongest mobile phone network. This significantly reduces the possibility of a call failing to reach the monitoring centre in the event of a network outage, or because of poor coverage.  If one network is down, the SIM automatically connects to the strongest alternative network.



Please contact us with any questions about GSM alarms for homes with no landline. You can also read more on our website about monitored pendant alarms.