It all started with the loss of family doctors. Walk-In clinics and TeleHealth clinics appeared to fill the void. Now, these "substitute" clinics are revealing their inability or unwillingness to provide key medical services for un-rostered patients. This is a disgrace. Something needs to change.
UBHearing sells hearing aids from $398/pair. That's $199 per hearing aid.
Many people have seen UBHearing advertising hearing aids from $199. Knowing that our competitor's average price for hearing aids is around $4000/pair, it's not surprising that some think our $199 hearing aid advertising must be too good to be true.
Skeptics, this article is for you!
Have you seen the price of lettuce these days? Inflation is here, and it's made everything more expensive. The cost of gas, labour and shipping all continue to rise at an unprecedented rate. When costs go up for the products that companies must purchase, the cost of the products sold by those companies eventually increase correspondingly.
This leaves seniors on fixed incomes scratching their heads. How does one make ends meet? Will their savings be enough? Will their money become worthless?
For those with typical age-related hearing loss, we offer a comparison between online hearing devices vs. traditional hearing clinics vs. UBHearing in terms of price, comfort/effectiveness, and value.
Don't let our low prices fool you. Since UBHearing opened in 2018, we have sold our $199 hearing aids to hundreds of satisfied clients in the Quinte area and beyond. We are continuing our mission to lower the cost of hearing aids while achieving the highest level of service and care for our clients. Read client reviews here...
Since UBHearing opened its doors in 2018, we estimate we've saved Quinte residents millions of dollars on the cost of certified brand-name hearing aids. Our average price is over $2000 less than the industry average - per SALE! We're Quinte's best kept secret - but not for long.
At UBHearing, we receive calls from people in the community who have been told by others that they are "Due for new hearing aids." What does this mean and is it true? Read on to learn more....
Targeted online hearing aid advertising seems all pervasive, especially if you’re over 65 years of age. Ads on social media and other sites promise low-cost, discreet “hearing aids” that are suitable for anyone. That's not surprising considering 10% of the population has hearing loss and 80% of those with hearing loss have yet to purchase hearing aids. That's a big market to tap into and there are plenty of people trying to cash in.
We have always maintained that we are doing something pretty special at UBHearing by improving both hearing aid outcomes and lowering prices. One of the ways we know we’re onto something, is that we have been receiving a growing number of referrals from area doctors throughout the Quinte Region.
There’s a popular saying that often holds true; “You get what you pay for.” At UBHearing we turn that old adage on it’s ear! Our lower prices actually result in higher satisfaction. It sounds impossible, but it’s true. We’ll tell you how.
At UBHearing™, we talk a lot about Transparency. We talk about Needs Based Pricing and Fair Pricing. But what do those terms actually mean, and why are they the cornerstone of how we operate at UBHearing™?
Transparency, in plain, simple, dictionary language, means, "The quality of being transparent." See-through. Nothing hidden. Everything out in the open. In the world of business, it means the full, timely, and accurate disclosure of information.
I love being a part of the hearing aid business. Particularly as a part of UBHearing. I love that we help people to hear.
Every now and again a viral video will make the rounds on social media showing something profound - like people who have never heard before hearing for the first time thanks to the technology available via cochlear implants. What we do is not so dramatic. But we know the dramatic impact of doing nothing.