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GPS Partner Location Tracker / Logger. Can be placed in car, motorbike, handbag, etc. more >


GPS Senior Phone Tracker, to monitor and track the Elderly or Disabled person.

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GPS Watch Phone Tracker for monitoring, supervising and tracking of the Elderly or Disabled person.

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GPS/GSM Tracker for monitoring and tracking your Child, Partner, Elderly or Disabled person.

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Kid Phone Tracker for monitoring & tracking your Child. Alerts you on your mobile phone.

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GPS Vehicle Tracker. Track and protect your vehicle, with alerts on your mobile phone.

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GPS Pet Tracker Monitor, track and protect your pets from getting lost or stolen.

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GSM House Alarm. Will alert you via SMS or MMS on your mobile of an intruder.

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GPS/GSM Tracker for monitoring and tracking your Child, Partner, Elderly or Disabled person.

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Driver Fatigue Alarm is a wireless device to keep the driver awake when driving.

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3G-Alarm Camera shows video alerts on your mobile phone; worldwide use.

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Vehicle Tracker with GPS location tracking, vibration and crash alarm on your mobile.

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Automatic Video Recorder with integrated CMOS Camera and PIR detector.

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This GSM-Alarm Camera shows photo and SMS / email alerts on your mobile phone.

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GPS Watch Phone Tracker for monitoring, supervising and tracking of the Elderly or Disabled person.

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Will the GPS/GSM Tracker Device work in my Country?

Our GPS/GSM Tracker Devices are using GSM SIM Card for data and voice communication between our GPS Tracker Devices, mobile phone network and the user’s mobile phone. A key part of any mobile phone specification is its operating frequency band. The supported frequency bands determine whether a certain handset is compatible with a certain mobile phone network carrier. Some of our GPS/GSMS Trackers are designed for worldwide use (4 Band 900/1800/850/1900 MHz), while other GPS Trackers are developed for Dual-Band use (900/1800MHz or 850/1900 MHz). In Europe, Middle East and Asia most of the providers use 900/1800 MHz bands, while 850/1900 MHz is used in Canada, USA and many other countries in the Americas.

To check which GSM Network Frequency Band is used in your own country, click here. This link is only supplied as information and guidance to help our customers. We cannot guarantee that the information given on this website is 100% correct. You should always check with your local service provider to confirm your local network frequency band.