Ways to Save

Important Money Saving Message

NCA, like many other companies, is striving to stay “Cost Effective” with “Quality Service.” Since our inception, NCA has been committed to offering great monitoring service at the lowest price in the alarm industry. We will continue to follow this philosophy. However, our costs are constantly increasing with postage rates, fuel, labor, insurance, etc.

We need your help to maintain our current monitoring service savings by assisting us in keeping our overhead and office expenses at a minimum. One major way to do this is to reduce the cost of billing procedures. Statistics reveal that these types of charges for many companies can amount to 30% or more of costs.

We want to save you this money! But you must make your choice:
(The below options are based off of our $9.95 a month Monitoring Fee. If you are quoted a different monthly rate, the below amounts will be adjusted accordingly.)

1. Quarterly- Bill me $9.95 a month for monitoring service and deduct it from my checking account or debit my credit card.
($29.85 will be charged on the 10th of the first month of each quarter)

2. Annually – Annually bill me $9.95 a month for monitoring service and I will pay annually in advance.
(Payable by Check, EFT or Credit Card)

NOTE: Cellular monitoring is done using Telephone Company towers. There are some rural locations where that coverage is not strong enough to support home security monitoring. We will do our best to complete any installation as planned but, we have no way of guaranteeing the cellular coverage for your specific address.

We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover and Checks

Should you not wish to take advantage of our money saving EFT/CC or annual offer, your monthly monitoring fee will be increased by $3.00 a month payable quarterly.  We hope you will join us in our fight against rising prices.


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Karen B. Dunlap (Nashville, TN)
NCA called my cell around 10 p.m. CST, confirmed that the alarm was no accident and alerted Police. In the 30-40 minutes that I was in contact with a couple of NCA staffers and got word that Police said that my house was sound. When I returned to Nashville neighbors said that Police had visited that night and there were no other problems during my 10 days away.

This is particularly comforting to me because after 30 years in Tampa and retiring I’ve moved back to Nashville, to the Haynes community in which I grew up.

So, I welcome any guidance on safety as I’ll regularly return to Florida.