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Listen Up to Avoid Hearing Aids Scams Across the UK
Date:6/1/2010

PETERBOROUGH, England, June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- One in seven people in the UK suffer from some degree of hearing loss; a figure that rises to 40% for people aged 50 or over and a staggering 71% for the over 70s. The only real solution for the vast majority of these people is wearing a hearing aid.

The NHS provides reasonable quality hearing aids which sit behind the ear and connect with a tube and clear plastic earpiece.  Many people consider these to be unsightly and would rather seek the services of private hearing aid companies offering more aesthetic solutions. The range of technology in the private market is truly astounding with features such as zoom microphones, noise reduction and even artificial intelligence which adapts to the wearer's preferences. As expected, these hi-tech solutions are more expensive than NHS products.

For many years, private hearing aid companies have been charging exorbitant prices in the knowledge that it is virtually impossible to obtain clear price comparisons. The internet has heralded the end of this scandal as there are now networks of local independent hearing aid audiologists who have waged a price war, such as hearingaidsattrade.co.uk. They offer the same local service with fully qualified hearing aid audiologists, long warranties, free trial periods and free aftercare for the lifespan of the hearing aids (usually five years). The only
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