Baltimore Sun

No contracts, no deposits and no monthly bills ever


FastHelp is the only Medical Alert device that won’t break the bank. That’s because it comes with no contracts, no deposits and no monthly bills ever – which makes FastHelp a great choice for seniors, students and profession­als because it connects to one of the largest nationwide networks everywhere cell service is available for free.

And here’s the best part. All those who already have an old style monitored medical alert button can immediatel­y eliminate those monthly bills, which is why Universal Physicians is widely advertisin­g this announceme­nt nationwide.

So if you’ve ever felt a medical alert device was too complicate­d or expensive, you’ll want to get FastHelp, the sleek new medical alert device with no monthly bills.

The medical alert device slugfest was dominated by

two main combatants who both offer old style monitored help buttons that come with a hefty bill every month. But now Universal Physicians, the U.S. based heavyweigh­t, just delivered a knockout blow sending the top rated contenders to the mat with the unveiling of FastHelp. It’s the sleek new cellular embedded medical alert device that cuts out the middleman by instantly connecting you directly to highly trained 911 operators all across the U.S. There’s absolutely nothing to hookup or install. You don’t need a land line and you don’t need a cell phone. Everything is done for you. ■

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