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Senior Elderly Emergency Call Button Pendant - without a monthly charge? YES !

There really is a way that anyone can have their own home emergency medical alert system without having to pay a monitoring service a monthly fee. You can find out all about it by reading this report.

Senior Elderly Emergency Buttons with NO Monthly Fee
Senior Elderly Emergency Buttons with NO Monthly Fee
PRLog - Oct. 20, 2009 - For years we all have heard the phrase 'I've fallen and I can't get up". So we are familiar with the concept. A few things that a lot of people do not know is that there is a monthly fee associated with that service that you see on T.V. Another thing that many do not know if that the same features are available without having to pay a monitoring service $29-$49 a month.

How can this be?


Our Emergency Medical Alert Systems will call the telephone number that you program them to instead of the monitoring service (they can even call 911 if you want them to).

This means that you can press your panic button and call a neighbor, someone's cell phone or 911 DIRECTLY instead of paying a monitoring service to do it for you.

This can save you hundreds and hundreds of dollars each year.

So what is the catch? Nothing.

Our systems start at only $69.99 and once you buy it you NEVER pay another cent. We have sold thousands of these systems to homes, hospitals, nursing homes, independent living facilities, hospice care and more for years.

We believe that no one should pay for something when they can do it themselves for free.




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Industry:Consumer, Lifestyle, Electronics
Tags:elderly, emergency button, push, pendant, 911, call, lifealert, life alert, life line, lifeline, guardian
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