CareAlert Rental Program

Rental option for a CareAlert Medical Alarm. 

Perfect for short-term convalescing patients that may need emergency assistance while recovering. This rental program offers world-class protection at a very reasonable price. 

PLEASE NOTE: THE CAREALERT SYSTEM IS THE ONLY SYSTEM IN AUSTRALIA THAT CAN STILL DIAL OUT TO "TRIPLE ZERO" IN THE EVENT OF A MOBILE NETWORK OUTAGE*.
THIS FEATURE IS MOST IMPORTANT.

Prices are valid from July 1st 2021

With a monitored CareAlert Medical alarm, once you have pressed your emergency buttons, help will be just minutes away. Your call will be answered by a triple-A-rated, fully trained team right here in Australia. They will be ready to get you the appropriate help, any time, day or night. We understand that family may not always be available to contact  24/7, don't worry, you can trust CareAlert to provide you and your family true peace of mind.

Our monitored personal alarm service offers:

  • Guaranteed 24/7 Response within minutes
  • Works independently of the NBN so no need for a phone line
  • No lock-in contracts
  • Key safe locks are available
  • High levels of client support tailored to your requirements
  • Australian backed triple-A-rated monitoring centre

Our rental option allows you to lower your upfront costs by renting your alarm equipment monthly.

Upfront costs

Alarm and pendant deposit (refundable) $50.00

Administration fee (includes programming and one-month rental and monitoring)

$75.00
Total upfront costs $125.00

 

Monthly costs

Alarm system rental fee $15.00
24/7 monthly monitoring fee $25.00
Total monthly fees $40.00

Accessories You are also able to purchase additional pendants and extras.

Additional pendant $49.95
Key Safe Lock $39.95

To rent a 24/7 Monitored CareAlert Smart Dialler call 1300 75 85 95
OR
CLICK HERE to download an application form
OR fill in the online form HERE.

To view the Terms of Supply CLICK HERE

* The CareAlert system has unique software that no other system has that allows it to still dial "000" if the Optus network has an outage.
It will use any other available network to make the "000" emergency call. This feature will not function if in the unlikely event there are no other networks available.