V-Pet Tracker features a Live Tracking function that will update you on your pet’s location every three seconds, if you stop using the tracker for more than 5 minutes, it turns itself off to avoid draining the battery. The tracking device also monitors everything your pet does – from walking and running to sleeping and eating – giving you a daily overview of calories burned based on their breed via the dashboard in the app. The Safe Zone and Virtual Leash features also alert you if your pet moves out of Bluetooth or WiFi range.
Vodafone UK has announced the availability of the V-Pet Tracker from V by Vodafone. This Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS tracker is available for an upfront cost of GBP 49.50 and free service for 12 months. The V-Pet Tracker’s live tracking feature gives users updates on their pet’s location every three seconds and will turn itself off after five minutes of not being used to save battery power. The device will also monitor a pet’s daily activity, from walking and running to eating and sleeping.
For full functionality, users require a 3–day V-Sim plan, Vodafone network coverage, and GPS signal. V-Pet products have to activate via the V by Vodafone app. After the 12 months’ free service, customers will be charged GBP 4 per month for the V-Sim connection and access to the Kippy EVO service.
For £49.50 upfront cost (with 12 months free service), the NEW V-Pet Tracker is a Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS tracker which means if your pet doesn’t come bounding back, you can easily view their whereabouts through an app on your smartphone – even if they’ve wandered further afield. Live Tracking will give you an update on your pet’s location every three seconds, if you stop using the tracker for more than 5 minutes, it turns itself off to avoid draining the battery.
The V-Pet Tracker is IP67 waterproof, has 10-days of battery life, and also features a useful LED light that you can activate from the app so that you can see where Fido is in darkness or low-light conditions. Priced at £49.50, the V-Pet Tracker comes with a twelve-month subscription V-SIM plan, after which there is a £4 a month charge.