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Monthly Subscription Hearing Aid Plan Announced for Houston
Date:12/16/2009

The cost of hearing aids has been brought into reach for many Houstonians with the announcement by Hearing Haven, LLC of a new subscription based hearing plan.

(PRWEB) December 16, 2009 -- The cost of hearing aids has been brought into reach for many Houstonians with the announcement by Hearing Haven, LLC of a new subscription based hearing plan. Those who would benefit by hearing better on the job, and want to improve communications and relationships with family and friends by adding clarity to their hearing, can obtain those benefits with a new program called Hearing for Life.

Similar to getting a cell phone, subscribers pay an activation fee and a monthly subscription fee. They receive major brand hearing aids to fit their lifestyle needs, with monthly fees from $77.

Group coverage is also available for organizations and employers who wish to subscribe to the group benefit plan covering 10 or more persons. Members of a group plan receive a discounted activation fee, and receive all the other benefits, such as new hearing aids every 48 months.

Hearing Haven currently has offices on Bellaire Drive in Houston, as well as in Carrollton and Rockwall, Texas. For more information or for appointments you can call 888-412-3337.

Medicare and most traditional insurance companies do not pay for hearing aids, which can cost up to $7000 a set, putting them out of the reach of many consumers. Hearing Haven, LLC believes that by adding the "Hearing Aid Benefit" plan to a group's benefit package, members of associations and organizations will receive great benefits in an affordable manner.

The plan can be offered in several ways, or customized as needed. There is no cost to add the Hearing Aid coverage to a benefit plan, and charges are incurred only by those members receiving digital hearing aids.

Individuals can also subscribe to the Hearing For Li
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