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      Cordless home phones

      Do you miss calls because you can’t hear the phone ring? Is it a struggle to follow the conversation? Our cordless telephones for people who are deaf tackle these problems, and take the stress away from staying in touch with loved ones.

      Missed calls will be a thing of the past thanks to the loud, amplified ringer and bright flashing strobe. You’ll always know when someone’s phoning.

      To help make calls easy to hear and understand, most cordless phones for people who are deaf are hearing aid-compatible. This means you don't have to remove your device when using the phone, you can listen through your hearing aids on the hearing loop setting.

      Our range of telephones for people with hearing loss is also popular with non hearing aid users too. The adjustable volume and tone controls (available on most models) will help you catch every word of the conversation.

      Cordless phones are popular alternatives to corded home phones as you’re not restricted by cables, cords or wires. You can enjoy the freedom and flexibility of making and taking calls wherever you are in the house, or even the garden. Cordless phones are ideal for the home or workplace.

      We’re often asked which is the best phone for people who are deaf. It all depends on your lifestyle, budget, level of hearing loss and whether you want additional features. The Doro Magna 2005 has a built-in answer machine and speakerphone for hands-free calls. The Geemarc AmpliDect 295 SOS Pro offers safety and security with an emergency contact button and remote pendant. The no-frills Doro PhoneEasy 100W has large, clear buttons and an easy-to-read, backlit display.

      For more information about cordless phones for people with hearing loss, see the range below or download our Home Telephones factsheet.

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      Are you tax exempt?

      If you're deaf or have hearing loss, you might be eligible for VAT exemption, saving you money on certain products. 

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      Are you tax exempt?

      If you're deaf or hard of hearing the answer could be yes.

      Find out now

      Need some help?

      Telephone

      Textphone

      03330 144 530

      Open 8.30am–5.30pm, Mon–Fri