If an agency or department is looking to purchase additional digital radios, the cost would depend on the model or type they choose, but the monthly access fee would be $10/month per radio and an additional $5/month per radio for maintenance.
If you would like more info or to purchase additional radios, get in touch with the PEI Office of Public Safety at (902) 894-0385.
See also: Interoperability 101
When you change your clocks back 1 hour before bed tonight (or tomorrow morning), be sure to test all the smoke/carbon monoxide alarms in your home to make sure they are functioning properly.
Batteries should be replaced at least twice a year (each time you change your clocks) and the unit itself should be replaced every 10 years (5 years for carbon monoxide alarms). To determine the age of your alarm, look at the back where you will find the date of manufacture.
For the best possible protection, smoke alarms should be installed inside each bedroom, outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home, including the basement.
Working smoke alarms save lives!