“The DIY market is hot, and is just getting started. With 2GIG Rely and its price point, I am extremely excited about this brand new customer base. Whether you own or rent, a 2GIG Rely starter home security system is a smart investment.”

Jason Martin – Titan Alarms

2GIG Rely can grow as your life changes.

Panel Features

  • Add up to 16 sensors, including security or life safety devices like smoke or carbon monoxide detectors
  • Supports up to 8 users, so everyone in your family can have their own code
  • Can be wall mounted, or on any surface using the provided desk mount stand

App Features

  • Helps you install the system with easy to follow steps
  • See the current status of the system
  • Arm the system when you are leaving or home for the night
  • Disarm the system when you come home

2GIG Rely can move to your next home and be reinstalled using the same panel and sensors. 2GIG Rely sensors also connect to other 2GIG systems, allowing you to upgrade your system in the future.


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Sign up to be a Rely Dealer

More information on each backend:

2GIG has partnered with SecureNet to provide backend services for the Rely platform.  There’s no fee to become a dealer, no minimum monthly volume and no activation fees.

Please do the following to sign-up to become a Rely dealer using the SecureNet backend:

  1. If you’re monitoring through a 3rd party central station, simply contact your CS to get setup.  The full list of supported Central Stations can be found at: http://securenettech.com/supported-central-stations

Note: If you do not see your CS on the list or you have your own in-house monitoring, you can contact SecureNet to add your CS.  There is no charge for your CS to get setup with SecureNet, but your CS will need to load SecureNet’s virtual receiver software and run through some test signals.

To contact SecureNet directly; call 407-965-1655 or email info@securenettech.com

For the SecureNet Rely app: Customers/Dealers can search “Smartlink+” from from Google Play or App Store. Note they have two versions 1) Smartlink, and 2) Smartlink+. Users should use Smartlink+