FreedomAlert

Family Alert Phone

One Payment of:

$267.50

Don’t feel like paying monthly fees?  Then don’t!

FreedomAlert is a programmable two-way voice pendant communicator with no monthly fees.  The pendant talks to the base station, which is connected to the phone system. The base station is programmed so that when the pendant button is pushed, the system automatically calls family, friends, or neighbors, in the order you specify.  If the programmed contacts are unreachable, the system can default to call 911.

Features of the FreedomAlert

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Freedom to Live Independently

Once you pay for your FreedomAlert, there are no more monthly fees!

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Call Features

The FreedomAlert has the ability to be programmed with up to 4 contacts to call anytime. If the programmed contacts are unreachable, the system can default to call an emergency 911 operator.

home based monitoring

Home Based Monitoring

The FreedomAlert can be programmed to call family, friends, or neighbors, at anytime from anywhere in the home and into the surrounding yard.

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Battery Life

The medical pendant is powered by a lithium-ion battery that lasts up to 6 months on a single charge.

Want to learn more? Check out the video below!

CEO, Robert Wray discusses BlueStar SeniorTech.

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Freedom Alert - Family Alert Phone
Average rating:  
 2 reviews
by Sal on Freedom Alert - Family Alert Phone
Great way for me to know my sis is safe

Simple, cost effective way to keep sis safe in her home. She can contact family and friends when she needs help. Great product!

by James Wasserman on Freedom Alert - Family Alert Phone
Saved my bacon

I tripped and fell in my garage last week. Because I recently had knee surgery, I couldn't lift myself up to get back into the house. Fortunately, I was wearing my pendant which allowed me to call my son and daughter-in-law's house. Daughter-in-law came by and got me up. No serious bodily harm; only my pride was damaged. Without that pendant, though, I would still be on the floor.