₦ 20,000 Wireless Intercoms Now Available For Offices, Homes, Hotels... Utako

Published date: September 27, 2013
Modified date: August 23, 2014
  • Location: Utako, Abuja, Nigeria

Secure your homes, offices, hotels, factories etc, with the latest wireless intercom network.
The wireless intercom system is the very first that is extendable to 100 units from numbers 0 to 99 units. It is a plug-n-call system that needs no installation thereby incurring no installation cost. It also works with or without electric power. It is so rugged but very simple to operate. A wireless intercom system has the advantage of simple installation, while traditional intercom systems require wires to connect each intercom placed throughout the building or home.


Phone Number: 07068382688
Price Negotiable: No
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