2430 Bank St, Ottawa, ON K1V 0T7, Canada
2430 Bank Street Ottawa ON
Monday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
About the business
Hearing Aids in Ottawa | ListenUP! Canada
Our Ottawa location on Bank Street offers varioius hearing aids and hearing services. Call or submit an online form to schedule a free hearing test.
Mary said 3 years ago
The audiologist is pleasant yet very professional. The result of the test was explained and all questions answered. I did not feel that she was trying to sell the hardware. When/if I do need aids, I will return to this location
aassey2008 said 3 years ago
Hi This is John van Eeden. I really like my visits to Listen Up. I haven't visited them in a long time because thing are going great. I give them 5 stars.
Michael Morin said 3 years ago
A Veteran, I went to this ListenUp location after being ignored or patronized at other more high profile hearing aid centers. The staff at ListenUp were amazing! The Audiologist explained every part of the testing, in the end fitting me with a wonderful and largely invisible pair of aids. The support ever since has been first class and Shannon, who is the receptionist and all-round front office person, always is on top of my file and the supplies I need from time to time. Thanks ListenUp, a job well done!
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