No. The SOS watch does not require a landline or mobile phone to operate. The watch has its own SIM card and functions independently. We work with Optus, Telstra and Vodafone.
Yes. The emergency call will go directly to our experienced emergency response team. In case of and acute emergency, they will call 000 in your behalf and send you an ambulance. Then they will call your next of kin to inform them of the emergency situation.
Yes. The watch functions independently with its own SIM card and you can communicate with all landlines and mobile phones in Australia. The SOS Watch comes with unlimited inbound calls.
Yes. The watch is operational in all 3G areas. It is not limited to your home. We work with Optus, Telstra and Vodafone mobile network providers.
Yes. We provide three personal monitoring packages. Ranging from basic emergency assistance to comprehensive telehealth services. Starting at $15 per month.
Yes. There is a 12 month contract for the monitoring plan.
No. There is no installation fees for the watch. The package is delivered with the activated SIM card. It is ready to use when you receive it.
Yes. The digital watch monitors your heart rate using the latest Pulse Rate sensors.
No, it is Splash-proof. This means it can resist rain, washing your hands or watering the garden but it should not be submerged in the water. Swimming or showering with an SOS Watch is not recommended.
Yes, SOS Watch is an NDIS registered provider. Clients which have an NDIS plan are able to get funding through consumables or assistive products. Please call us or send us an email to process a purchase through the NDIS.
Yes, the watch has Bluetooth and WiFi. However, battery life is dependent on usage.