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Best for those whose hearing is not what it used to be. The volume and sound quality of this little gem is the loudest and clearest of the trio of Mobile Alerts.
Nestling into its own docking station, charging couldn’t be easier. One button simplicity makes this as foolproof as it gets.
A wide range of customisable options include hands-free operation (i.e., auto answer and caller only can hang up), anyone can call, or only a select few are permitted to call the user.
1) The user can press the SOS button.
2) One designated emergency contact can send the text "ir" to receive the user's location.
3) An online tracking platform can be custom programmed. There is an additional fee of $5 per month for this third-party service.
The EZ's 3G module is either 850/2100 MHz or 900/2100 MHz. If the faceplate reads "GlobalSat," then it's 900/2100. If it reads "Mobile Alert," then it's 850/2100. The EZ will work in any country where the same pair of frequency bands are used. Within the same country, different phone service providers may use different frequencies.
Frequently asked questions about SIM cards.
On the Aldi coverage map below, you're only able to see the 3G coverage that Telstra shares with Aldi.
After clicking on the Amaysim link which shows you the Optus coverage map, click on "Non Optus Device." Enter: 86131100.
After clicking on the Vodafone link which shows you Vodafone's coverage map, enter: 2G Generic and the address where the unit is to be used.