Be listened to with UK Hearing Care’s LISTEN, LEARN and SERVE approach
UK Hearing care has developed a LISTEN, LEARN and SERVE approach to provide their customers with great service and hearing aids that make a real difference.
UK (PRUnderground) August 15th, 2013
UK Hearing Care has developed a LISTEN, LEARN and SERVE approach to provide their customers with hearing aids that make a real difference to their lives and a service that is worth recommending to friends and family.
This LISTEN, LEARN and SERVE approach is UK Hearing Care’s three-step system of listening to customers’ needs, learning from this and then putting into practise what they have learned so that they can give customers the hearing solution that they are looking for.
For instance, UK Hearing Care has listened to feedback about how confusing some hearing aid providers can be in terms of the information and range of hearing aid solutions that they provide. They have now created a simple yet effective range of hearing aids that can offer a solution to a range of different hearing difficulties. UK Hearing Care has also listened to their customers’ desire for transparency when it comes to prices, which is why they also offer a low price guarantee on their products.
There are plenty of other ways in which UK Hearing Care are putting their LISTEN, LEARN and SERVE approach into practise, ensuring that people can trust them to provide a great range of hearing aids, honest service and helpful customer aftercare. To find out more about UK Hearing Care or to request a hearing assessment, contact UK Hearing Care today via their website or by calling 0800 270 7800.
About UK Hearing Care
UK Hearing Care have teamed up with AgeUK to form AgeUK Hearing Aids, providing a complete service that will make solving your hearing difficulties easier and more effective than ever before. We’ll guide you through the process from start to finish – whether that’s in the comfort of your own home, or at a handy location close to you. We work with local community independent opticians, health and mobility centres and a number of NHS Primary Care Trusts throughout the country.