Hearing Aid Prices in Singapore

Hearing loss is becoming increasingly common in Singapore, with almost 500,000 individuals suffering from this condition according to the Singapore Association for the Deaf (SADeaf)1.

Hearing aids can help those with hearing loss hear better and improve their quality of life. Learn about our hearing aid prices and the types of subsidies available in Singapore.

Price of Hearing Aids at Hearing Partners

The price of hearing aids at Hearing Partners ranges from $1,620 to $8,502 per piece (includes GST), depending on the brand, model and features.

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Note: As a tourist in Singapore, if you make any purchase of more than S$100 (including GST) at any of our Hearing Partners outlet, you may claim a refund on the Goods and Services Tax (GST) paid.

More Than Just Hearing Aids

When you purchase an Oticon hearing aid with Hearing Partners, you are getting more than a hearing aid — you are getting convenience, peace of mind, and lifetime support from our audiologists.

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Lifetime Service

Enjoy unlimited reviews and regular hearing assessments at any of our clinics across Singapore.

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Short Waiting Time

With Hearing Partners, you can schedule an appointment easily and enjoy minimal waiting time.

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Remote Care

Speak to your audiologist wherever and whenever you need to with our Oticon Companion app.

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4 Years Warranty

Your hearing aid device will come with a 4-year warranty so you can have greater peace of mind.

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Complimentary Gifts

Receive complimentary accessories such as the ConnectClip, TV Adaptor or Remote Control, as well as a gift from us on your birthday.

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Oticon

Oticon hearing aids can cost anywhere between $1,620 to $8,502 per piece (includes GST). These are the prices for each Oticon hearing aid model:

Hearing aid model Price per piece (includes GST)
Oticon Intent $3,706 to $8,502
Oticon Real $4,142 to $7,739
Oticon Own $2,725 to $7,957
Oticon More $2,725
Oticon Play PX $3,780 to $5,940
Oticon Xceed $2,725 to $7,085
Oticon Xceed Play $3,456 to $5,724
Oticon Opn Play $3,456 to $5,724
Oticon CROS $1,620 to $1,728

Hearing aid model
Oticon Intent
Price: $3,706 to $8,502 per piece (including GST)
Oticon Real
Price: $4,142 to $7,739 per piece (including GST)
Oticon Own
Price: $2,725 to $7,957 per piece (including GST)
Oticon More
Price: $2,725 per piece (including GST)
Oticon Play PX
Price: $3,780 to $5,940 per piece (including GST)
Oticon Xceed
Price: $2,725 to $7,085 per piece (including GST)
Oticon Xceed
Price: $3,996 to $7,452 per piece (including GST)
Oticon Xceed Play
Price: $3,456 to $5,724 per piece (including GST)
Oticon Opn Play
Price: $3,456 to $5,724 per piece (including GST)
Oticon CROS
Price: $1,620 to $1,728 per piece (including GST)

Rexton

The price range of Rexton hearing aids falls between $1,512 to $7,848 per piece (includes GST).

Hearing aid model Price per piece (includes GST)
Rexton M-CORE IX CIC $2,725 to $7,848
Rexton BI-CORE R-LI $2,725 to $7,848
Rexton BI-CORE R312 $2,725 to $7,848
Rexton BI-CORE CUSTOM $2,725 to $7,848
Rexton RIC hearing aid in rose colour
Rexton RIC hearing aid in rose colour

Rexton

The price range of Rexton hearing aids falls between $1,512 to $7,848 per piece (includes GST).

Hearing aid model Price per piece (includes GST)
Rexton M-CORE IX CIC $2,725 to $7,848
Rexton BI-CORE R-LI $2,725 to $7,848
Rexton BI-CORE R312 $2,725 to $7,848
Rexton BI-CORE CUSTOM $2,725 to $7,848

Hearing aid model
Rexton M-CORE IX CIC
Price: $2,725 to $7,848 per piece (including GST)
Rexton BI-CORE R-LI
Price: $2,725 to $7,848 per piece (including GST)
Rexton BI-CORE R312
Price: $2,725 to $7,848 per piece (including GST)
Rexton BI-CORE CUSTOM
Price: $2,725 to $7,848 per piece (including GST)

Hearing Aid Subsidies in Singapore

There are 2 main subsidies available in Singapore that help to make hearing aids more affordable for those with hearing loss. They are the Seniors’ Mobility and Enabling Fund (SMF) and the Assistive Technology Fund (ATF).

To apply for these schemes, you will need to approach an application administrator or assessor from institutions such as hospitals or social service agencies (e.g. a therapist or social worker).

Note: Hearing Partners does not provide services to assist with the application of subsidies.

Seniors’ Mobility and Enabling Fund

The SMF is a scheme designed to provide aid to Singaporeans aged 60 and above who are staying at home and in need of a mobility or assistive device like a hearing aid. They can also receive subsidies for home healthcare items such as diapers and catheters under this scheme.

This helps alleviate the cost of ageing for seniors in Singapore and allows them to remain active within their community.

Eligibility criteria
The applicant must:

  • Be a Singaporean citizen who is 60 years old and above
  • Be residing at home and not in a nursing home or sheltered home
  • Be assessed by a qualified assessor for the type of device required
  • Have a monthly household income of $2,000 and below per person

The applicant must also be able to co-pay the assessment fee and the price of the device. Moreover, they should not be receiving or applying for any other public or private grant or subsidy that would exceed the co-payment amount under the SMF.

Subsidy amount (for assistive devices)
Up to 90% of the cost of the mobility aid or the maximum device subsidy cap.

Note: If you are not eligible for the SMF, find out what your next steps are and how Hearing Partners can support you in your hearing healthcare journey. Read our guide to the SMF for hearing aids here.

Assistive Technology Fund

The ATF is a scheme that helps individuals with disabilities lead their lives more independently by providing subsidies on the cost of assistive technology devices like hearing aids.

Eligibility criteria
The applicant must:

  • Be a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Be certified to have any one of the following permanent disabilities:
    • Physical disability
    • Intellectual disability
    • Hearing impairment
    • Visual impairment
    • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Be assessed by a qualified assessor for the type of device required
  • Have a monthly household income of $2,000 and below per person

Subsidy amount (for assistive devices)
Up to 90% of the cost of the assistive technology device, with a lifetime cap of $40,000.

Note: Seniors who have successfully applied for the ATF before 60 years old will be supported by the scheme while those who did not apply for this scheme before 60 years old will be supported by the SMF instead.

FAQs about Hearing Aids and Prices in Singapore

What is the minimum price of a hearing aid in Singapore?

The minimum price of a hearing aid in Singapore is approximately $800 per piece and can cost up to $8,000 depending on the brand and model.

For example, brands that feature advanced technology such as Oticon with their BrainHearing™ technology that allows for a fuller and more natural sound scene can cost between $3,815 and $8,175 (including GST).

What is the average lifespan of a hearing aid?

The average lifespan of a hearing aid is 3 to 7 years. This will depend on various factors such as the quality of the device, maintenance and extent of wear and tear.

If you are in need of a new hearing aid, speak to one of our hearing care professionals today.

What are the factors influencing the cost of a hearing aid?

Hearing aids in Singapore can cost anywhere between $800 to $8,000 per piece. The following factors can affect the price of this device:

However, the cost of hearing aids goes beyond their functions and features. At Hearing Partners, our focus is on delivering a quality product that can improve the lives of you and your loved ones. Hence, we offer complimentary value-added services like aftercare and hearing aid adjustments.

Is it worth getting a hearing aid?

Yes! Though hearing aids can be costly, 82% of respondents in a survey of 150 caregivers in Singapore felt that these devices were worth investing in due to their intangible benefits. This includes a better quality of life for the hearing aid user and better interpersonal relationships.

Can MediSave be used for hearing aids?

No, MediSave cannot be used for purchasing hearing aids. However, you can apply for subsidies such as the SMF or ATF to offset the cost of these devices.

Where can I get a hearing aid in Singapore?

If you prefer to try hearing aids before purchasing them, visiting a hearing care professional like Hearing Partners is recommended. Alternatively, it is possible to purchase these devices off the shelf.

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