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By: Paul Harrison Updated: 22nd November 2019 in: Hearing Aid Retailers

Who is Amplifon?

Amplifon is one of the larger national retailers and operates in 18 countries. Their global head office is in Milan, Italy. In the UK they are based near Manchester (close to the airport). They have about 140 branches and employ around 100 dispensers.

Amplifon entered the UK market in 2006 by the acquisition of the Ultravox group of companies. Ultravox was previously the largest hearing aid retailer in the UK and owned several retailers: Amplivox Ultratone, Sietech and Hearing Health. 

Amplifon Hearing Aids

At the moment, Amplifon is not owned by any manufacturer. They do however tend to favour the Resound range of hearing aids.

If you have been quoted for hearing aids from Amplifon then please take a look at our price list and compare. All our hearing aids come with free aftercare for the life of the hearing aids.

Why Choose Us?

  • 100% Independent
  • All Hearing Aids Offered
  • Over 200 Audiologists
  • 4.5/5 Customer Satisfaction
  • Free Aftercare for Life
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