Geographical restrictions to LifeLine
At the current time we are unable to take orders for LifeLine from people living more than 25 miles from our Head Office location in Peterborough, postcode: PE2 7BZ.
We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause.
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Simple, discreet, 24/7 support at home, when you need it. Your LifeLine personal alarm is always there for you. Just press the button and we’ll be there to check on you. If you can’t talk to us, we’ll take action to make sure help reaches you.
Any one can benefit from a LifeLine, whatever your age or ability. If you’re trying to feel less anxious, have a health concern or worry about mobility, we can take the pressure off you and your loved ones.
Reassure yourself, friends and family that help is there when you need it without sacrificing your independence.
Stress-free, easy to use and simple to install, you can start using LifeLine straight away.
Round the clock support
Reassurance for friends and family
Fast action in emergencies
Low costs - starting from 66p per day.
Speak to a member of the team about how we can support you 01733 396439.
Our LifeLine equipment has now been upgraded to digital, as part of the UK Digital Upgrade.
Our current LifeLine equipment will continue to work as normal and we are speaking to all our current customers about the UK Digital Upgrade and how it will affect them. If you are a current LifeLine customer and have any questions or concerns, please call us on 01733 235085 or by pressing your pendant button.
The telecoms industry will be replacing the old copper cable network with a modern digital system, known as the UK Digital Upgrade. This is taking place because the UK needs a modern telephone system which can handle communications via several different devices like mobile phones, laptops and other electronic devices. The digital upgrade is planned to be completed by the end of 2025 and phone companies are already encouraging people to upgrade their home phone systems. You can find out more about the UK Digital Upgrade on the Openreach website.