Se­niors born be­fore 1956 get new med­i­cal alert de­vice with no monthly bills ever

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It’s just what se­niors have been wait­ing for; a sleek new med­i­cal alert de­vice with no con­tracts, no de­posits and no monthly bills that in­stantly con­nects you to free un­lim­ited na­tion­wide help with just the push of a but­ton for a one-time $149 price tag that’s a real steal af­ter to­day’s one hun­dred-fifty dol­lar in­stant re­bate

The phone lines are ring­ing off the hook.

That’s be­cause for se­niors born be­fore 1956, it’s a deal too good to pass up.

Start­ing at pre­cisely 8: 30am this morn­ing the Pre- Store Re­lease be­gins for the World’s first- ever med­i­cal alert de­vice that comes with the ex­clu­sive FastHelp™ One-Touch E 911 But­ton that in­stantly con­nects you to free un­lim­ited na­tion­wide help with no con­tracts, no de­posits and no monthly bills ever.

“It’s not like old style mon­i­tored help but­tons that make you talk to a call cen­ter and only work when you’re at home and come with hefty bills ev­ery month. FastHelp comes with state- of- the- art cel­lu­lar em­bed­ded tech­nol­ogy. That means it works at home or any­where, any­time cell ser­vice is avail­able whether you’re out wa­ter­ing the gar­den, driv­ing in a car, at church or even hun­dreds of miles away on a tour or at a casino. You are never alone. With just a sin­gle push of the One-Touch E But­ton you get in­stantly con­nected to free un­lim­ited help na­tion­wide with no monthly bills ever,” said Jack Lawrence, Ex­ec­u­tive Di­rec­tor of Prod­uct De­vel­op­ment for U. S. based Uni­ver­sal Physi­cians.

“We’ve never seen any­thing like it. Con­sumers ab­so­lutely love the sleek new mod­ern de­sign and most of all, the in­stant re­bate that prac­ti­cally pays for it and no monthly bills ever,” Lawrence said.

FastHelp is the sleek new med­i­cal alert de­vice with the rarest of com­bi­na­tions: a qual­ity, high- tech en­gi­neered de­vice that’s also an ex­tremely great value be­cause there are no monthly bills ever.

Bet­ter still, 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 the vast avail­able na­tion­wide net­work of cel­lu­lar tow­ers 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’ l l want to get FastHelp, the sleek new med­i­cal alert de­vice with no monthly bills,” said Lawrence.

The med­i­cal alert de­vice slugfest was dom­i­nated by two main com­bat­ants who both of­fer old style mon­i­tored help but­tons that re­quire pro­fes­sional in­stal la­tion of a home tele­phone land line, ex­pen­sive base sta­tion equip­ment and 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 hook- up or in­stall. You don’t need a land line and you don’t need a cell phone. Ev­ery­thing is done for you.

“FastHelp is the World’s first- ever med­i­cal alert de­vice that makes you look im­por­tant, not old. Old style mon­i­tored help but­tons you wear around your neck are the equiv­a­lent of a horse and buggy,” Lawrence says. “It’s just out­dated.”

Nearly 1.8 mil­lion se­niors fall ev­ery year and spend more than 12 hours ly­ing on the floor help­less and all alone with no help.

But se­niors who fall and get im­me­di­ate help are nine times more likely to avoid get­ting sent to a nurs­ing home and get to STAY liv­ing in their own home in­de­pen­dently.

Yet mil­lions of se­niors are still risk­ing their safety by not hav­ing a med­i­cal alert de­vice. That’s be­cause se­niors just can’t af­ford to pay the monthly bills that come with old style med­i­cal alert de­vices.

That’s why se­niors born be­fore 1956 are rush­ing to cash in the whop­ping $150 in­stant re­bate be­fore the 2 day dead­line ends.

So there’s no need to wait for FastHelp to hit store shelves later this year be­cause se­niors born be­fore 1956 can get it now just by us­ing the $150 in­stant re­bate coupon printed in to­day’s news­pa­per be­fore the 2-day dead­line ends. If lines are busy keep try­ing, all calls will be an­swered.

FLY­ING OUT THE DOOR: Trucks are be­ing loaded with thou­sands of new med­i­cal alert de­vices called FastHelp. They are now be­ing de­liv­ered to lucky se­niors who call the Na­tional Re­bate Cen­ter Hot­line to­day. Ev­ery­one is call­ing to get FastHelp, the sleek new med­i­cal alert de­vice be­cause it in­stantly con­nects you to free un­lim­ited na­tion­wide help with no con­tracts, no de­posits and no monthly bills ever.

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