General Information on Ring Protect Subscription Plans

Ring Protect Plan is an optional plan that covers video recording services for Ring devices.

With Ring Protect Plus you'll be able to save Ring videos for a reasonable price. This lets you check out alerts at your convenience even if you miss one and makes sure that your home is always protected.

Note: A Ring device is required to use Ring recording services.

How do I subscribe to the Ring Protect Plan?

You can subscribe by logging into your account on the website and going to My Plans under the top right menu or click Buy Now for your region to get started.

Australia

New Zealand

What are the features of the Ring Protect Plan?

There are two paid subscription plans available. The following chart lists the features that come with each:

  Protect Plus Plan Protect Basic Plan Free
Coverage All Ring devices at one address One Ring doorbell or security camera  
Video Recording Access recorded videos of every Ring, motion and live view event for up to 60 days. 2 Access recorded videos of every Ring, motion and live view event for up to 60 days. 2 No 
Review, share and save Ring videos Yes Yes No
Ring Alarm professional monitoring Yes No No
Exclusive discounts at Ring.com 10% off Ring products No No
Warranty Extended Warranty 1 Standard 1-Year Warranty Standard 1-Year Warranty
Long-term contract None, cancel anytime None, cancel anytime None

1. For extended coverage warranty to apply to your Ring device, the device must be within its original warranty period when you subscribe to Ring Protect Plus. Once the original warranty expires, the device will be covered under Ring Protect Plus until you discontinue your subscription.

2. Your Ring videos are stored in the cloud for up to 60 days. 

To keep important videos beyond that time, download them to your PC or mobile device. You may do this from the Ring application or by going here.

 

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