Hearing Aid Compatible Phone List

The following pricing is subject to change without notice, and assumes service with Pine Cellular.

Pine Cellular offers a variety of phone models. Many of the models offered are considered hearing-aid compatible (HAC) to meet the needs of wireless users with hearing disabilities. Models are presented here by category of price for easy selection.

ADVANCED: $225 or more; generally offer enhanced features such as higher quality camera, Bluetooth, video capabilities, internet access, high-speed processing, touch or tilt screen, and email.

AVERAGE: $125-$224; generally offers lower-quality camera (compared to advanced models), Bluetooth,internet access,increased memory capabilities,larger phonebook capacity,enhanced color display and increased talk time (over basic models). However, may be older, less stylish phones.

BASIC: Less than $125; offers the necessary wireless features, may have lower quality camera, Bluetooth or internet capabilities.Typically offers smaller phonebook capacity and average talk time. Most of these models are generally larger in size compared to more advanced models and lack features such as MP3 players, expandable memory and download capabilities.

Make/Model Rating Level of Functionality
Verykool S810 M3T3 Average
Motorola WX416 M3T3 Basic
VeryKool RS75 M3T3 Average
Reach 9788 M3T3 Basic
HTC One M7 M3T3 Advanced
HTC One M8 M3T3 Advanced
Samsung A5 (2016) M4T3 Advanced
Moto G (3rd Gen.) M3T3 Average
Samsung S6 M4T3 Advanced
Samsung Grand Prime M3T3 Average
Samsung J5 M3T3 Average
Cat S40 M3T3 Advanced
Alcatel Pixi 3 (4.5) M3 Basic
Alcatel Pop 3 (5.0) M3T3 Average
Apple IPhone 6 M3T4 Advanced
Apple IPhone 6 Plus M3T4 Advanced
Apple IPhone 6S M3T4 Advanced
Apple IPhone 6S Plus M3T4 Advanced
Apple IPhone SE M3T4 Advanced
Apple IPhone 7 M3T4 Advanced
Alcatel Pixi 4 M3T3 Average
Alcatel Idol 4S M4T3 Advanced
Apple IPhone 7 Plus M3T4 Advanced
Alcatel A30 M4T4 Basic

These phones have been tested and rated for use with hearing aids for some of the wireless technologies that it uses. However, there may be some newer wireless technologies used in these phones that have not been tested yet for use with hearing aids. It is important to try the different features of these phones thoroughly and in different locations, using your hearing aid or cochlear implant, to determine if you hear any interfering noise. Consult your service provider or the manufacturer of these phones for information on hearing aid compatibility. If you have questions about return or exchange policies, consult your service provider or phone retailer.