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Old 05-28-2020, 06:26 PM
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WiFi "auto dialer" for gas furnace outages?

It's been on my list to look into for years, but I'd finally like to try to get something up an running that would perform a similar function to what I've heard called "auto dialers" which call your phone number if your safety system shuts off the flame to a gas furnace. But my issue is that I don't have a phone line over at my shop. I do, however, have fairly reliable DSL wi-fi there. So could anyone make a recommendation for some device that might be out there that could be utilized to send me a phone call or text message via the interwebs? I was talking to someone at Instrumart recently (my Watlow distributor) and they seem to know of a solution but it's fairly expensive and way more features than I need for just this basic power signal interruption notification. Thanks in advance.
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