Moxee Signal personal safety device now available from T-Mobile


A new Moxee device has arrived at T-Mobile that’s aimed at helping keep you and loved ones safe.

The Moxee Signal launched exclusively at T-Mobile this week. The Signal is a small that go in a pocket or be clipped onto a backpack or purse, allowing the wearer to check in with loved ones, share their location, and ask for assistance.

Using the Moxee app on a phone, you can send a location request to see where the Moxee Signal is on a map. Meanwhile, the person wearing the Moxee Signal can check-in with their contacts with a single press of the button send their location information when they’ve arrived at their destination.

If the person with the Moxee Signal might need assistance, they can double-press the button to send a Yellow Alert that’ll contain their location, audio clips to help understand the context, and the ability to chat with contacts to determine what to do next. There’s also a Red Alert that includes everything in the Yellow Alert and also engages the Moxee Professional Monitoring Service that can dispatch emergency service if necessary. The Red Alert is trigged with a triple-press of the Moxee Signal’s button.

The Moxee Signal includes GPS and 4G LTE, with support for LTE bands 2, 4, 12, and 66. The unit features IP67 water and dust resistance and a 413mAh battery.

Pricing for the Moxee Signal is $0 down and $5 per month on EIP or $120 full retail. You’ll also need to pay $15 per month to add service for the Moxee Signal to your plan.

With its small size, the Moxee Signal could be clipped to a child’s backpack or dropped into a pocket to help give a parent peace of mind, or it could be useful to a person with older parents to help ensure that they’re safe. If you think the Moxee Signal could be useful, you can order one now from T-Mobile.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Bryck

    Help!!!! I’ve Fallen and I can’t get up..

    • Sean Barsballe

      Laugh now but my stroke afflicted mother with only 25% control over her left arm and leg could use this as could my aging mother in law who fell down 2 days ago and broke both long bones in her wrist. Her knees are bad enough she cant get up easily from a couch so when she fell she really couldn’t get up, luckily a neighbor heard her and helped after 15 min.

      Give it time but this could be you.

      • Bryck

        Get a life weirdo, and don’t make your family issues mine. That’s your business. Take a joke.

      • SurvivingSunnyvale

        If you really cared for your mother, you would have gotten her a cellular Apple watch that has fall detection and would send you a notification.

  • Pak T

    Ah like the bullet proof backpacks, industry capitalizing on public fears. You could do the same thing with a basic mobile phone for your kids and for older people who might fall in their home, there are already a range of products that do this.

    But basically this is a tracking device for your kids. A cheap mobile phone and a tracking app will do the same thing for a lot less and a kid is more likely to keep a phone with them at all times than a parental tracking device.