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The Answer is "Yes" and "No". You're not required to have cloud service, but have to pay if you wish to activate it.
HERE IS MORE DETAIL FROM THE RING SITE:
All Ring devices will operate without an additional fee or subscription. However, we offer optional Ring Video Recording Plans that cost a monthly or yearly sub… see more
The Answer is "Yes" and "No". You're not required to have cloud service, but have to pay if you wish to activate it.
HERE IS MORE DETAIL FROM THE RING SITE:
All Ring devices will operate without an additional fee or subscription. However, we offer optional Ring Video Recording Plans that cost a monthly or yearly subscription fee. Without Ring Video Recording, you will still receive alerts when visitors press your Doorbell or trigger the motion sensors in your device, and you’ll still get live streaming video and two-way audio, so you can see, hear and speak to guests in real-time, as the event is happening. However, if you don’t have Ring Video Recording and you miss an alert or a live event, you will not be able to review the video. Ring Video Recording will save all of your recordings to your Ring account for up to 60 days, and with Ring Video Recording, you can also review the videos, download them to local storage, and share them via social media, text and email. There are two options for Ring Video Recording: Basic and Protect. Basic costs $3 per month or $30 for the year per device; Protect costs $10 per month or $100 for year, and it covers an unlimited amount of Ring cameras, offers a lifetime product warranty and gives you an additional 10% off future purchases at Ring.com. see less
The Answer is "Yes" and "No". You're not required to have cloud service, but have to pay if you wish to activate it.
HERE IS MORE DETAIL FROM THE RING SITE:
All Ring devices will operate without an additional fee or subscription. However, we offer optional Ring Video Recording Plans that cost a monthly or yearly subscription fee. Without Ring Video Recording, you will still receive alerts when visitors press your Doorbell or trigger the motion sensors in your device, and you’ll still get live streaming video and two-way audio, so you can see, hear and speak to guests in real-time, as the event is happening. However, if you don’t have Ring Video Recording and you miss an alert or a live event, you will not be able to review the video. Ring Video Recording will save all of your recordings to your Ring account for up to 60 days, and with Ring Video Recording, you can also review the videos, download them to local storage, and share them via social media, text and email. There are two options for Ring Video Recording: Basic and Protect. Basic costs $3 per month or $30 for the year per device; Protect costs $10 per month or $100 for year, and it covers an unlimited amount of Ring cameras, offers a lifetime product warranty and gives you an additional 10% off future purchases at Ring.com.

Robin Opie
· August 26, 2018
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When linked to an Echo Alexa will announce when there is someone at your door. My doorbell is not loud at all so I placed my Echo in my bedroom and another in my office so I can hear when someone is at the door.
S.J.
· April 21, 2019
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Alexa dot can be your ring chime as well with customized answers. Very loud as well.
Andrii
· December 15, 2018
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Yes! My entrance is recessed about 6". My bell is 90* from the door. I bought the 45* angle bracket (actually 3 at 15* each so you can stack them). I used two to get 30* and the lens is wide angle enough to get everything in the alcove just fine. Hope this helps.
Innate
· September 16, 2018
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yes
Michael Andrade
· February 14, 2019
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I have an iPhone 6, updated to the most current iOS software, it has worked great through numerous updates.
BaconBiscuitz
· May 27, 2019
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Only thing I can think of is finding a way to boost your Wi-Fi signal or moving your router closer do the ring unit. You should be running a 2.4 signal.
Chris A
· November 4, 2018
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Not sure what you mean about SIRI. The iPhone does work with Ring . You will download an app that connects the doorbell with your phone. When someone approaches, your phone will “ring” and you can see and talk to the person at the door
BARBARA LANGLEY
· February 27, 2019
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If you are handy, it is very easy to install yourself. I would suggest checking your existing doorbell transformer and if it's not 24V, 30-40VA you need to change it to make the Ring work properly. You find this out when you read the installation instructions.
John R.
· February 13, 2019
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how much does it cost for a professional to install the system
Larry M.
· February 8, 2019