Thursday, September 18th, 2014 - Connect Hearing

Australia’s leading hearing specialists Connect Hearing is offering a $500 discount on the latest hearing aids when users trade in their current devices.

Connect Hearing is offering hearing aid owners the opportunity to upgrade to a newer device, and will even allow trades of two hearing aids - a discount of $1000*. But you had better hurry, as the offer is only available until the end of September.   

Those wanting to trade and upgrade can apply in three easy steps:

1.       Visit Connect Hearing’s Trade in your Hearing aid offer and book a free hearing test

2.       Have your hearing tested and trade in your hearing aid

3.       Receive up to $1000 discount off your new hearing aids

Connect Hearing will be donating all traded hearing aids to Ears Inc., an Australian not-for-profit organisation committed to the training and resourcing of health workers in developing countries.

Marketing Manager Duncan Armour said that Connect Hearing is keen to give back to the community and offer a generous incentive to their customers:

“We want to encourage our customers to upgrade their old hearing aids and see just how much hearing technology has changed over the years. Most people don’t upgrade because of expense, but this is a great way for them to receive a reduced price on a brand new pair of hearing aids.

“Ears Inc. are one of the only not-for-profit organisations working in developing countries to give the gift of hearing. Connect Hearing has always donated any old hearing aids to the Ears Inc. team – it’s a great cause and we’re proud to be a part of it,” Mr Armour added.

Ears Inc. is made up of qualified audiologists, audiometrists and allied health professionals. The team restore and fit donated hearing aids to help communities in need get access to quality hearing solutions.

Connect Hearing’s latest offer follows last month’s successful campaign Search for Australia’s Oldest Hearing Aid, where the hearing specialists rewarded the owner with a brand new replacement set.

Mr Armour said the company wants to encourage more Australians to be proactive about their hearing, and assist them with upgrading to the latest technology for their needs.


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