Digital Life reaches 80 U.S. markets, including large cities such as Chicago and New York, but it has not matched the scale of U.S. cable company Comcast Corp's rival service.
Cable operators turned to home Security services a few years ago for a new revenue stream and as a way to rebuild margins whittled away by swelling programming costs.
Private equity firm Apollo Global Management LLC , for example, bought home security company ADT Corp for about $7 billion in 2016 and merged it with smaller U.S. peer Protection 1.
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