Struggling To Choose Which Amplified Telephone
Sunday, 8 June 2014 | Paul
Here at Health and Care we stock a huge range of amplified telephones – possibly a mind boggling variety – and so what’s to choose between them? Well let me help you with a quick lowdown of my top 5 amplified phones..
- Geemarc Amplipower 50
Let’s start with the loudest phone on the market – at a whopping 60dB amplification! If it’s straight amplification you need, this is likely to solve your problem. Also features a flashing ring indicator on the very slim chance you don’t hear it!
- Amplicomms PowerTel 49 Plus
This is a great value amplified phone (currently at £39.99!) that offers 40dB of amplification and features a simple design with clear LED screen and memory buttons.
- Amplicomms PowerTel 680 Combo
This is a amplified telephone combo pack featuring a desk phone and a cordless handset that is also amplified to 35dB – still 3-4 times louder than a normal phone! The Amplicomms PowerTel 680 Amplified Telephone has the bonus feature of a panic alarm wristband that can be worn and can call emergency numbers on activation – making it ideal for vulnerable persons.
- Doro MemoryPlus Photophone
This photo phone has been designed to be really simple to operate. It also uniquely features one touch memory buttons to call familiar faces – simply slide a photo onto the button. These features make the Photophone perfect for the elderly and dementia patients
- Amplicomms PowerTel PowerTel 702 Twin Pack
A stylish and feature-full pair of amplified cordless phones, these offer 40dB of amplification with the ability to expand the number of handsets too! Up to 4 handsets can be used enabling them to be dotted around wherever needed.
So whatever your requirements, whether it be at work, at home or with patients, there will almost certainly be a phone to suit!
Monday, 19 May 2014 | Paul
This quick and simple guide will help you to find the right mobile amplified telephone for you by highlighting the key features of each phone. If you require any further help with choosing your phone please feel free to call our experienced customer care team on 0207 931 8766.
2 CommentsMonday, 21 April 2014 | Paul
This quick and simple guide will help you to find the right corded amplified telephone for you by highlighting the key features of each phone. If you require any further help with choosing your phone please feel free to call our experienced customer care team on 0207 931 8766.
1 CommentWednesday, 6 November 2013 | Paul
For many of us, using the flashy and complicated mobile phones of today is more trouble than it's worth, with tiny buttons and quiet volume causing all sorts of problems. Why can't mobile phones just work without all the hassle? At Health and Care, we're here to help, and we've put together a list of our top five favourite no-nonsense amplified mobile phones for the hard of hearing.
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Amplified telephones amplify the receiver volume and ringing volume and have been specifically designed for those who are hard of hearing or deaf. An amplified phone can be a life changer for people who struggle or find it impossible to use a normal phone. Extra loud phones are available in a range of styles to suit all budgets including standard desk phones, cordless phones and mobile phones. If you or someone you know is deaf or hard of hearing, check out our great range of loud and extra loud phones for the deaf and hard of hearing.
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