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Hear.com has a pool of experts that match customers with hearing complications with suitable hearing aid devices. The company guides customers in finding their perfect hearing solution. Hear. Com does not have physical stations. Instead, customers visit the company's provider partners across all forty-eight states except North Dakota and Alaska.

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Hear.com Review

Hear.com has a pool of experts that match customers with hearing complications with suitable hearing aid devices. The company guides customers in finding their perfect hearing solution. Hear. Com does not have physical stations. Instead, customers visit the company's provider partners across all forty-eight states except North Dakota and Alaska.

Hear.com outsource its hearing devices from top manufacturers and has partnerships with some companies like Oticon, ReSound, Signia, Widex, Rexton, Phonak, Starkey, Horizon, and Unitron. The company offers a range of hearing devices, from basic to premium models. Some of the premium device models are Bluetooth enabled and can allow music and phone call streaming.

Hear.com leases with top manufacturers to provide clients with an affordable variety of hearing aid devices. These include in-the-ear hearing devices and behind-the-ear hearing aids. The company offers a no-risk 45 days trial to customers to test the effectiveness of their hearing devices and receive support services via phone and email to consult on the hearing aids fit for them.

Hear.com has a free cancelation policy and a 45-day trial guaranteeing a full refund. The company connects clients to relevant device providers and handles all insurance verification.

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