GN Hearing, Sonova raise prices

There’s an outlook to price increases from some of the world’s biggest hearing aid companies, as they react to higher production and freight costs.

Getting hands on hearing aids has become more expensive for some customers this year | Photo: Joe Raedle/AFP / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA

Some of the world’s leading hearing aid manufacturers, GN Hearing and Sonova, have been lifting prices on products as of late.

Evidence of this appeared in GN Hearing’s recently released quarterly report, where increased prices at the start of the year were meant to mitigate production cost spikes.

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