Relate 4.0 Hearing Aid Review 2024

United Healthcare Hearing offers a privately labeled hearing aid called the Relate, with the 4.0 version being their latest offering in 2024. These hearing aids are manufactured by Unitron, a worldwide hearing aid manufacturer, but are privately labeled “Relate” and are only offered to United Healthcare members. They are affordable and high quality. They come in two levels of technology, one more basic (Silver) and one with noise management (Gold) to help you hear better in noisy settings. Some of the UHC plans are offering a third Platinum level with superior noise management. All models are offered at lower pricing than general name brand hearing aids. They have several styles and can be rechargeable or have changeable batteries. These hearing aids have Bluetooth, giving them the ability to connect to your cell phone. Many of our patients have been very satisfied with the sound quality and ease of use. These hearing aids are prescription fitted to your hearing loss in office, with objective verification completed to ensure proper settings.   

If you have United Healthcare insurance, you may have the Relate 4.0 hearing aids offered through United Healthcare Hearing. The audiology doctors at Gardner Audiology are in network providers for United Healthcare and United Healthcare Hearing. Remember, who you see is more important than what brand you choose. My best advice is to consult a Doctor of Audiology instead of a commissioned hearing aid salesman. 

If you live in the Tampa Bay area of Florida, please call Gardner Audiology today to schedule your free consultation at one of our 10 locations. Call 1-800-277-1182 or email  For more information about shopping for hearing aids. Visit 


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