A new Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) promises to improve the audio quality of phone calls for people with hearing difficulties without the need to change their mobile phone.
Audacious was developed in partnership with experts in audiology, data processing, and telecoms and promises an enhanced audio service with clearer calls.
The network is powered by EE’s infrastructure, meaning customers get access to the UK’s widest 4G coverage and fastest mobile data speeds.
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In order to determine an individual’s personal hearing profile, Audacious invites potential customers to take a ‘sound check’ on its website. A personalised SIM card is then sent out and can be used with any mobile phone. Contracts are flexible and customers can leave at any time.
Audacious founder Matthew Turner believes the service can help up to ten million people in the UK living with hearing difficulties or hearing loss.
“Having lived with moderate to severe hearing loss since birth, I am fully aware of the emotional impact millions of people are experiencing as they struggle daily to communicate using the mobile phone.,” he said.
“It was a real struggle to talk on the phone and …read more