Ring customers, prepare to pay up: Prices are going up 25%

Ring, the Amazon-owned purveyor of home security, has decided it’s time to pinch those pennies a bit harder. Starting March 11, 2024, the cost of keeping your porch pirate-free and your deliveries safe with Ring’s entry-level subscription plan, Ring Protect Basic, will inch up by a whole dollar monthly or ten bucks annually. Yup, from $3.99 to $4.99 per month or $39.99 to $49.99 per year because, as the once famous Marlow states from one of the best shows on the planet, The Wire: “Price of the brick is going up.” Ring Protect Basic Ring Protect is a comprehensive subscription service that lets you review, share, and save every video and photo your Ring device captures and opt-in to 24/7 Professional Monitoring. Check Availability KnowTechie is supported by its audience, so if you buy something through our links, we may get a small share of the sale. Now, before you toss your Ring doorbell in the donation bin, let’s unpack this a bit. As our friends at Engadget report, this price hike might seem like a small change at first, but let’s be honest – $10 isn’t that much of a big deal. And if it was, maybe investing in an internet-connected camera that revolves around a monthly subscription wasn’t the wisest decision. Ring’s Protect Basic is about to cost you a bit more Image: KnowTechie But let’s not lose our heads over this. The plan doesn’t change, and you still get all the same features. Nothing is going away. So, where…Ring customers, prepare to pay up: Prices are going up 25%

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