Lifeline4Less is a medical alert company dedicated to serving the needs of seniors in Southern California. The company was established in 1989 and has been going strong ever since. Under the direction of parent company Phillips Lifeline, Lifeline4Less has helped more than 6 million customers stay safe and receive much-needed help in emergencies and other concerning medical situations. Lifeline4Less touts a service that does not require a long-term contract and does not assess surprise fees. The medical alert system has competitive pricing and works effectively and in an easy-to-use process.The company's system does come with different styles of help buttons but does not have a fall detection device.
Usually, getting locked into a long-term commitment isn't appealing for customers. Such is the case with medical alert companies. And with Lifeline4Less, you won't have to worry about any obligations to use the products for a long period of time. This is because to become a Lifeline4Less, you won't be forced to sign a long-term contract. Provided you use the system for at least two months, you can quit using the devices anytime after with no questions asked. This gives you the freedom and flexibility to find a solution that works best for you without having to wait a couple of years until you have satisfied your contract.
For convenience, Lifeline4Less has wearable pendants for users to have easy access to summon help. Better yet, these pendants come in different styles to match your preferences and comfort. You can select a device to wear around your wrist, belt or neck. They are made to look like jewelry, so you never have to be embarrassed about wearing them.
Pricing for the Lifeline4Less equipment is competitive with other companies in the industry. You can have your device for as little as $29.95 (unverified) a month.
If you won't be able to live without a fall detection device, you might have to search for a different provider, because Lifeline4Less doesn't include this important feature in its basic package. Even if you get the more advanced package that does include fall detection, the company acknowledges that it doesn't detect all falls. This is a significant drawback to the company, as fall detectors can be valuable in helping users who fall and are unable to use their medical alert device to call for help. In the event a user falls and is incapacitated, the fall detection device senses the fall and gets help to you. Without this device, users are vulnerable.