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Reconnect Lifestyle Hearing Solutions

 

Reconnect Lifestyle Hearing Solutions has practices in Umhlanga and Hillcrest, dealing with all areas of communication including hearing, speech and language concerns. These are addressed through extensive assessments, and where required, through management and remediation.

Working with their patients, they realized that hearing aids are unaffordable to most people; having to purchase something they don’t necessarily want, but desperately need, and having to pay the full purchase price upfront or pay the ever-increasing “payment gap” between the price and the medical aid contribution.

 

Seeing this market obstacle for the supply of hearing aids to their patients, Reconnect Lifestyle Hearing Solutions engaged with Tower Investments for a possible solution. The partnership between Tower Investments and Reconnect Lifestyle Hearing Solutions has lead us to the launch of Reconnect Finance.

Reconnect Finance has made it possible for patients to purchase their Hearing Aids by means of an affordable finance option, which allows the customer to finance the hearing aid over a period of 36 months. The patient no longer has to stress about how to finance this necessity and can have complete ease of mind while enjoying the benefits of their new medical device due to this finance option provided by Reconnect Finance.

 

The Reconnect Finance System is an online platform, launched in February 2018, allowing audiologists to easily quote, and work through the platform in obtaining finance for their patients. At present this platform is being used by over 40 audiologists countrywide; and will soon branch over into neighboring African countries.

 

This partnership between Tower Investments and Reconnect Lifestyle Hearing is a very proud initiative and we look forward in growing this finance option into other markets.

 

 

For more information on Reconnect Finance is available at: https://reconnectfinance.co.za/

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