What makes Resonate so different from other hearing companies?
I think I need hearing aids, why should I choose Resonate Unlimited?
It sounds too good to be true. How are you able to offer this when other hearing companies don’t?
For people who do need a hearing aid, you only offer one option: why is that?
Free upgrades every three years?
Does this service represent value for money?
Can any hearing clinic conduct the Ear360 service?
What is the nature of the follow-up once the Ear360 results are known?
Why does the Ear360 service cover so many elements?
Is the Ear360 tool widely used in the hearing healthcare sector?
I don’t think I have a problem with my hearing. Do I need Ear360?
Competitors offer free hearing tests. Why do you charge for your Ear360 appointment?
What if I find I just don’t like wearing hearing aids?
How long should I carry on with trying to ignore my partial hearing loss?
Is it time-consuming to get hearing aids sorted and fitted?
Why does Resonate not offer a wide range of different hearing aids?
What happens if my top notch/premium hearing aids get wet?
What if it takes me ages to get used to wearing hearing aids?
What if I lose my hearing aids?
Would I be eligible for ACC funding?
Will the Whaikaha Ministry of Disabled People help me pay for hearing aids?
Where can I get a copy of the Whaikaha Ministry of Disabled People guide to getting hearing aids?
How much will my new hearing aids cost after any government subsidy is applied?
Have subscription hearing aids been done before?
How does a subscription service work?
What charges are associated with my Unlimited subscription?
Why would I subscribe to hearing aids versus buying them outright?
Does the $3 per day get locked in for life?
What happens if my subscription payments bounce?
Does the subscription include batteries?
Who is (GN) ReSound?
Is there a limit to the number of parts/components I can replace for free?
What happens if I need support whilst travelling or being overseas?