Cullman Hearing Specialist Offers Trial of New Beltone Amaze Hearing Aids

February 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Cullman, Ala. – A local Cullman hearing specialist, Beltone USA, recently offered patients in their local community the opportunity to participate in an exclusive trial of their newest hearing aid, the Beltone Amaze™. Qualifying patients were fit with the newest hearing technology, the Beltone Amaze™ hearing aid, in order to obtain firsthand feedback on the device’s sound quality, comfort, and appearance overall in an effort to continue to improve the company’s reputation of being a leader in hearing aid technology.

The state of the art hearing aid in Cullman, AL is specially designed to sit comfortably inside the wearers’ inner ear while being virtually invisible to others. The Beltone Amaze™ has the latest, fastest micro-processing technology built-in directly to the device to allow simplified connectivity to most mobile devices and Beltone’s Direct Line wireless accessories. Qualified patients are offered the opportunity to give the technology a try without obligation to purchase. Participants who wish to continue using the technology at the conclusion of the trial, however, are offered an exclusive rebate on their purchase.

The Beltone Amaze™ was awarded earlier this year by the Business Intelligence Group with the 2020 BIG Innovation Award for Android Streaming Technology presented. The highly sought-after award recognizes the breakthrough technology for its ability to directly stream phone calls, music and other sounds directly into the hearing aid from devices that run on the Android operating system. In previous years, this technology was limited to use only on Apple devices. Additionally, the extended battery life of the hearing aid utilizes Bluetooth Low Energy technology.

While the trial was limited to a select number of offices in the state of Alabama, interested parties are encouraged to contact their local Beltone office to give the Beltone Amaze™ a trial of their own. For more information about The Beltone Amaze™, or to learn more about Beltone USA, visit or call their Cullman office at (256) 775-6004.


For more information about Beltone USA Cullman, contact the company here:

Beltone USA Cullman
Trey Gorman
(256) 775-6004
1718 2nd Ave.NW Ste. C Cullman, AL 35055

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