Customer Portal Announcement

We are excited to announce that our customers are now able to utilize our new online platform via our website to make paying your bills or requesting service much easier! Customers will be receiving an e-mail with login information for your account. With this account, you’ll also have access to user manuals, help guides, and more.

The website for accessing your information and paying bills is

https://login.perfectconnectionsinc.com

The customer portal is also accessible via our website under “Customer Portal”.

Please note – if you currently have any unpaid invoices for service or monitoring dated prior to July 1, 2017 that you would like to pay online, use our legacy Pay My Bill tab on our website. You can also call the office at 908-722-2880 to make a payment, or mail a check to

Perfect Connections Inc
PO Box 893
Somerville, NJ 08876

Moving forward, all service and monitoring invoices from July 1st onwards will be payable via the https://login.perfectconnectionsinc.com website.

You can also sign up to green and receive all invoices via email here.

If you have any questions about this, your service, or anything else, feel free to call us at 908-722-2880. If you do not receive an email with your login information, you can also call us at that number to gain access. You can also return the slip below to go green and receive your invoices via email moving forward, update your contact information, or send us any other information you would like us to have.

Thank you, as always, for the opportunity to help protect and secure your home or business.

Important Information for Verizon Customers

If you have Verizon telephone/internet service, please read the below for important information.

We’ve been getting a few inquiries lately, so we wanted to put an article on our blog about this – Verizon has recently made the decision to retire their copper phone lines in favor of fiber-optic communications. If you still have copper cabling at your home or business, you will be receiving a notification from Verizon along with a request to access your building in order to upgrade your cabling.

Failure to respond to Verizon or failure to allow the upgrade will cause a discontinuation of your phone service, which will result in a communication failure for your burglary or fire alarm system. Local Fire Marshals have begun notifying their residents that a non-communicating fire protection system is a violation of the New Jersey Uniform Fire Code and that you may be subject to penalties.

Please keep an eye out for any communications from Verizon and coordinate appropriately. If you do not wish to upgrade your copper cabling, please call us at 800-369-3962 to discuss other options for communication, including cellular.

For more information, please see this release from Verizon regarding their plan.

To see if you are affected by this, please take a look at the addresses here.

If you have any further questions, you can contact your local Fire Marshal, or you can call us at 800-369-3962.