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Hearing Aid Compatible Phones

Some people who use hearing aid devices may find it a challenge to use a wireless phone. Advocates in the wireless industry and consumer groups have been working for years to develop standards and solutions to reduce difficulties that the hard-of-hearing can face. In addition, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has set requirements for wireless carriers and wireless device manufacturers. There are now a large number of hearing aid compatible (HAC) devices available.

We offer the following HAC phones:

(Last Updated: June 27, 2023)


Phone Model FCCID M Rating T Rating Opperating System / Functionality
Bounce SL201D 2A28USL201D 4 3 Android
Celero5G (1st Gen) WTS98119 2APXW-WTCELERO5G 3 3 Android
Celero5G (2nd Gen) DSH98123 2APXW-CELERO5G 3 3 Android
Celero5G+ DSH88501 2APXW-CELERO5GPLUS 3 3 Android
iPhone SE (3rd Gen) A2595 BCG-E4082A 3 4 iOS
iPhone XR A1984 BCG-E3220A 3 4 iOS
iPhone XS A1920 BCG-E3218A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 8 A1863 BCG-E3159A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 8+ A1864 BCG-E3160A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 11 A2111 BCG-E3309A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 11 Pro A2160 BCG-E3305A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 12 A2172 BCG-E3542A 3 4 IOS
iPhone 12 Pro A2341 BCG-E3545A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 13 A2482 BCG-E3997A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 13 mini A2481 BCG-E3994A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 13 Pro A2483 BCG-E4000A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 13 Pro Max A2484 BCG-E4003A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 14 A2649 BCG-E8138A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 14 Plus A2632 BCG-E8139A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 14 Pro A2650 BCG-E8140A 3 4 iOS
iPhone 14 Pro Max A2651 BCG-E8141A 3 4 iOS
Moto g 5G XT2213-3 IHDT56AA3 3 3 Android
Moto g play XT2271-5 IHDT56ZP5 3 3 Android
Moto G Power XT2165-5 IHDT56ZP5 3 3 Android
Moto G Pure XT2163-4 IHDT56ZX2 3 3 Android
Moto g stylus 5G 2022 XT2215-4 IHDT56AA4 3 3 Android
Motorola Edge+ - 2022 XT2201-3 IHDT56AB2 3 3 Android
Motorola Edge+ - 2023 XT2301-1 IHDT56AH1 3 4 Android
Nokia C200 TA-1437 2AJOTTA-1430 4 3 Android
Nokia G100 TA-1430 2AJOTTA-1437 3 3 Android
Samsung A03s SM-A037U ZCASMA037U 3 3 Android
Samsung A14 5G SM-A146U ZCASMA146U 3 3 Android
Samsung A23 5G SM-A236U A3LSMA236U 3 3 Android
Samsung Galaxy A13 LTE SM-A135U A3LSMA135U 3 3 Android
Samsung Galaxy A54 SM-A546U A3LSMA546U 3 3 Android
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G SM-G990U2 A3LSMG990U2 3 3 Android
Samsung Galaxy S23 SM-S911U A3LSMS911U 3 3 Android
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra SM-S918U A3LSMS918U 3 3 Android
Samsung Z Flip4 5G SM-F721U A3LSMF721U 3 3 Android
Samsung Z Fold3 5G SM-F926U1 A3LSMF926U 3 3 Android
Schok Flip SC3218B 2ALZM-SC3218B 3 3 Android
Schok Volt SV55 SV55216 2ALZM-SV55216 4 3 Android
TCL 20 XE 5087Z 2ACCJH138 4 3 Android
TCL 30 XE 5G T767W 2ACCJH155 3 3 Android
TCL 30 Z 4188L 2ACCJH152 4 3 Android
TCL Flip 5 4056W 2ACCJN048 4 4 KaiOS 3.0

Boost Mobile does not offer any non-hearing aid-compatible models.

There are two different ratings to consider when picking a hearing aid compatible device:

M-Ratings: reduced hearing aid device interference

Some people with a hearing aid device experience a buzzing or whining noise when using a wireless phone.  This noise can be caused when the electronics within the hearing aid device pick up and demodulate radio frequency (RF) and/or electromagnetic interference (EMI) emitted by the phone.

Phones with an M-Rating of M3 or M4 meet FCC requirements and are less likely to generate interference with hearing devices than phones that are not labeled.  M4 is the better/higher of the two ratings.

In addition, hearing devices may be measured for immunity to interference caused by RF demodulation or EMI. Your hearing device manufacturer or hearing health professional can help you find immunity results for your hearing device.  The more immune your hearing aid is to this type of interference, the less likely you will be to experience interference from mobile phones and other sources of RF/EMI such as computer monitors or fluorescent lighting.

T-Ratings and compatibility with hearing aids with telecoils

A telecoil is a small device built into some hearing aids for use with the telephone as well as assistive listening devices. Not all hearing aids have telecoils. The T-Rating measures the device’s effectiveness with a telecoil.

Phones with a T-Rating of T3 or T4 meet FCC requirements and are more likely to work well for people who use hearing aids with telecoils.  T4 is the better/higher of the two ratings.

Additional information regarding hearing aid compatibility

Global Accessibility Reporting Initiative: Visit GARI for in-depth Accessibility information on each device Boost Mobile sells.

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