Phones for Hard of Hearing

As you searching for Phones for hard hearing?

As Bob Hoskins once said, ‘it’s good to talk.’

And as we get older, it’s true that the importance of keeping in touch with your loved ones increases. For some of us, however, the simple art of receiving and making a phonecall can be made difficult because we are hard of hearing  – but at Hear4you we can help!

Have you missed phone calls in the past? Do you find it difficult to hear whoever is on the end of the phone? Need phones designed for the hard of hearing?

At we stock a wide range of accessories and alerting devices to help you never miss a call again.

Sounds good? You can call for more information and advice now on 0161 480 8003 or get in touch via email.

What have we got which can help? stock a number of alerting devices.

Put simply, if the telephone calls and you are hard of hearing, these devices will make sure that you don’t miss it.

For example, how about the Echo PhoneFlash? It’s a simple idea. The PhoneFlash is a small device that has a loud ring tone and a bright yellow flash to alert you to incoming phone calls. You’ll never miss a call again. The unit plugs into your telephone socket and there is no need for a separate power socket or batteries. The phone rings, a light comes on. Take that call!

On a similar note, the Echo vibrating pager is a device like the PhoneFlash, with the added benefit of portability. Both are great phones for the hard of flash

Clip the unit to your belt or pop in your pocket and it will flash and vibrate to alert you whenever the doorbell rings, even if you’re at the bottom of the garden or upstairs!

If you are moving around the house and don’t want to have to take a single unit with you, then additional EchoChime units can be purchased.

For example you could have one in the bedroom, one in the kitchen and one in the lounge. As many as you need!

Click here to view all alerting devices.

The good news is that some of our products are VAT exempt. So we can help you out with phones for the hard of hearing, and save you some money too.

To qualify for VAT exemption, you would need to be registered with your local health authority or GP as having a hearing disability or a communicative disability.

If you are unsure you must firstly seek guidance from your GP or other Medical Professional before signing the declaration or you must include VAT on your order. You can find out more from the Help sheets at; or by telephoning the VAT Disabled Reliefs Helpline on 0300 123 1073.

You can also download a VAT certificate here.

If you are looking for phones for the hard of hearing, please take a look round the site.We would also be delighted to answer any queries – our contact details are here.