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Telecare after the PSTN landline switch off & GSM Panic Alarms for vulnerable people

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Telecare after the PSTN landline switch off & GSM Panic Alarms

As widely reported with PSTN landline switch off is causing havoc and distress in the telecare market. Many providers and customers are just not ready for the BT landline switch off and this left elderly, vulnerable and disabled people at risk Without a landline old telecare systems are useless and made redundant. 

GSM Panic Alarms

The best alternative to a landline based telecare panic alarm for vulnerable people is a GSM panic alarm using a SIM card. This type of device does not require a landline or WIFI and uses the mobile phone network instead. The is no need to pay for or install a WIFI connection and this type of care system will work even if the internet or WIFI router breaks down. 

We are a leading supplier of GSM panic alarms and SIM card for the care industry. Our low cost SIMs are perfect for use in the telecare market as they work out at fraction of the cost of installing and payment for a WIFI connection. 

Our V1 GSM panic alarm is easy to set up and use. With one press of the SOS panic button an elderly person or disabled person staying on their own can summon help. To view more detail and prices please click here GSM Panic Alarm. 

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