Some people who use hearing aid devices may have trouble when using a wireless
phone. The wireless industry and consumer groups representing the hard of hearing
have been working for years to develop standards and solutions to reduce the likelihood
of such difficulties. In addition, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has set
requirements for wireless carriers and wireless device manufacturers. Republic Wireless
offers many hearing aid compatible (HAC) devices available.
An “M” rating measures compatibility with acoustic hearing aids, while a “T” rating
measures compatibility with induction hearing aids. The higher the number, the more
compatible the handset.
The following phones offered by Republic Wireless are hearing aid compatible:
|Handset||FCC ID||M Rating||T Rating||Operating System|
|Motorola moto g power||IHDT56ZG1||3||3||Android|
|Motorola moto g pure||IHDT56ZX2||3||3||Android|
|Motorola moto g stylus 5G||IHDT56ZL1||4||3||Android|
|Samsung Galaxy A02s||ZCASMA025V||4||3||Android|
|Samsung Galaxy A12||A3LSMA125U||3||3||Android|
|Samsung Galaxy A32 5G||A3LSMA326U||3||3||Android|
|Samsung Galaxy A71 5G||A3LSMA716U||4||3||Android|
|Samsung Galaxy S21 5G||A3LSMG991U||3||3||Android|
|TCL FLIP||2ACCJN048||3||3||KaiOS 3.0|
For additional information regarding hearing aid compatibility:
Global Accessibility Reporting Initiative: Visit GARI for in-depth Accessibility information on each device Republic Wireless sells.
FCC Information on Hearing Aid Compatibility for Wireless Phones
Last updated: January 31, 2022