Possibly not, though I do think they are likely to do something similar to what they do with V3’s where you get it a little cheaper if you have the service. Also, they often discount everything in a package/starter kit.
Just go look at what everything else costs individually right now:
$10 per contract sensor = $20 for the 2 in the starter kit
$15 per motion sensor
$25 per keypad (which the nonsubscribers don’t need, but add up those things from the starter kit to see my point)
Those are also all at the rates they’re offering only to HMS subscribers currently… And it’s still $50 even without the hub. That means that at minimum the hub has to be at least $30, but it’s more likely going to be more than that because of the bundle discount. I’m guessing $50 for the hub. Then you buy a motion sensor ($15) and at least 2 contact sensors ($20 worth) and you’re already at the cost of $85… And that’s at the prices offered to HMS subscribers, and it doesn’t include a keypad (which you don’t need if you don’t have the subscription, but at least you could sell it for $5-$10 less to someone who does want another one… Make another $15-$20 off selling your keypad that you don’t want. That brings your overall costs down easy cheaper by doing it now.
$80core + $5 HMS - $15-$20selling the keypad - $5 for the 30 day refund on the HMS = $60-$70 for a hub and 3 sensors now
Vs waiting until a hub is sold separately, buying everything separately and more expensive and maybe jacked up for nonsubscribers likely paying $50 hub +$20 for the equivalent of 2 contact sensors + $15 motion sensor = $85
So $60-$70 and get it now with no wait, vs $85+ by waiting, and who knows how long or what prices will be, etc. That’s how I see the likelihood.
But it’s all speculation. It just looks logical to me based on the history.