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Things to Consider When Purchasing an Amplified Phone

The primary difference between amplified phones and regular phones is that amplified phones focus on the functionality of the phone and making the overall phone call experience easier for those experiencing impaired hearing. Besides simply amplifying the volume of the call, amplified cordless phones have other options that increase usability, including audible and visual call alerts, talk slow down, larger, easier to read LCD screens and many other functions. Vitality Medical carries a full line of amplified cordless phones and amplified corded phones.

Amplified Cordless Phones

Amplified cordless phones provide the freedom of being able to freely move about while taking a phone call. Cordless phones usually have a combination base and charger. If multiple handsets are provided, there will also be an additional charging base included.

 

Corded Amplified Phones

Clarity P300 Amplified Photo Phone
Clarity P300 Amplified Photo Phone
  • Photos Assigned to Speed Dial
  • Extra Long Cord
  • Nine-Button Speed Dial for Easy Calling Access
  • Amplified and Volume Controls for Better Hearing
  • Large Buttons for Better Dialing
Future Call FC-1007 Amplified Picture Care Phone
Future Call FC-1007 Amplified Picture Care Phone
  • Photos Assigned to Speed Dial
  • Extra Long Cord
  • Ten-Button Speed Dial for Easy Calling Access
  • Amplified and Volume Controls for Better Hearing
  • Large Buttons for Better Dialing
  • Hearing Aid Compatible
Geemarc AmpliPOWER60 Amplified Phone
Geemarc AmpliPOWER60 Amplified Phone
  • In-Coming Call Flasher Notification
  • Nine-Button Speed Dial for Easy Calling Access
  • Amplified and Volume Controls for Better Hearing
  • Large Buttons for Better Dialing
  • Three Programmable Emergency Buttons

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

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