Rescue Alert, MXD and MXD 3G: Review
Product name: MXD, MXD3G
Manufacturer / Distributor: Rescue Alert
Compilation: Sept. 2015. Updated Q4 2018.
This page contains our Rescue Alert MXD, MXD3G review.
Analyst Summary: Rescue Alert MXD, MXD3G
These are two conceptually similar products, with the MXD connecting via landline and the MXD3G connecting via cellular connection to the responder call center. Marketing material emphasizes the ability to work with DSL, and with VoIP and cable phone connections in the case of the MXD. This may be important. Has an optional fall detection pendant.
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Product Line & Company: Rescue Alert
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