Hearing Aid Store in Pensacola, FL Announces Special Offer for Federal Workers and Retirees

March 25, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Pensacola, Fla. – Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Center, a hearing aid store in Pensacola, FL, is announcing their latest hearing aid technology to the public. From April 13th through April 17th, Beltone will be offering a pair of Beltone TRUST 6 digital hearing aids at no cost to qualifying Federal workers and retirees. Additionally, there will be no co-pay, exam fee, and no adjustment fee for these patients.

The Beltone TRUST 6™ offers the wearer a range of features such as built-in Tinnitus Breaker technology, remote care for remote hearing aid adjustments, and is compatible with Beltone’s Direct Line wireless accessories that allow for sound streaming connectivity directly from most mobile devices including Android and iPhone. They also come in a range of styles to suit the wearers comfort and style preferences. While most of the Federal employees and retirees are eligible for this special, some may be also covered with other non-Federal coverage. The Hearing Care Specialists of Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Centers will work with their patients to check eligibility.

Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Center offers free hearing screenings that can determine if patients are experiencing hearing loss and to what degree prior to fitting for optimal care. During the office visit Beltone provides a free video ear exam, a free hearing screening, a free hearing consultation and a free in-office trial. For patients who qualify, they will receive a free pair of Beltone’s top of line TRUST 6 hearing aids.

Beltone is a leader in hearing aids in Pensacola, FL. They are equipped with qualified hearing professionals that are dedicated to providing top-notch hearing care to those in need. For more information make sure to call them today at (850) 477-5935 or visit them online at www.beltonehancock.com.


For more information about Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Center of Pensacola , contact the company here:

Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Center of Pensacola
Howard Hancock
(850) 477-5935
6024 N 9th Ave
Pensacola, FL 32504

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