Spypoint LINK-SOLAR Cellular Trail Camera

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    tracer PMA Member

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    Finally an affordable cellular trail camera, the Spypoint LINK-EVO cellular trail camera. MSRP $ 349.99CND. The data plans are cheaper this year as well. Also new for 2017
    is a cellular camera with unlimited battery life. The Spypoint LINK-S cellular solar trail camera. MSRP $ 599.99.CND. Spypoint now has a two year warranty policy on all it's trail cameras going forward from 2017 on.
    Two Verizon compatible cameras coming this summer for the USA market. AT&T compatable this April.
    Link-Evo $ 275.99 USD
    Link-Solar $ 469.99 USD untitled.png untitled.png2.png
     
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    LINK-EVO now in stock !
     
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    How much is the solar plan?
     
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    So- one more to add... do u need to go into Verizon store or can u activate from computer & change plans online? I see the app & preacrivated SIM card so assuming but wanna confirm on that. Not going into Verizon store a big time saver & saves pain in butt waiting!!!!

    K- so to confirm- If use some for like 4 months a year, unlimited per month is $30 then obviously right? Thx!
     
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    The Plans in USD are as follows : $5- $15- $25
    This plan covers all LINK - Series Cellular cameras
    The Verizon version LINK cameras will be out this summer.
    Current cellular cameras work with ATT .
    These cameras activate right out of the box. No dealing with cell provider.
    Everything is done by Spypoint.
    So Sligh, it would be $25US for three months, unlimited photos ie Sept/Oct/Nov and one month free, and 100 free photos at the beginning of each
    month for 9 months of that year.
     
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    LINK-EVO(AT&T) and LINK-SOLAR(AT&T) in stock for US customers.
     
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    LINK-EVO-VERIZON available July 14 - from my store, ready to ship.
     
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    Is the link evo compatible with any of the spypoint battery packs? What could you expect for battery life with there addition if compatible?
    Thanks
     
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    I acquired four (yeah 4) spypoint link S cameras. I’ve had significant problems with both the internal battery not holding a charge, as well as the four spypoint rechargeable lithium rechargeable back up batteries I also acquired for it. I have spoken to their “technical support” team located in Canada several times to no avail. I love the idea but I’m looking to return them because spypoint has not been able to assist in any meaningful way.

    Has anyone else seen these issues? I’d love some feedback!
     
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    I read your post about your LINK-S issues. I'm a Spypoint Dealer in Ontario and a Sponsor on this Forum.
    Do all 4 cameras have the same problem ? What has the Tech line in Quebec suggested ?
    I would like to help you out if I can . Have they suggested updating the firmware? Have they giving you a
    RMA # to ship the cameras back ?
     

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