Recommended Providers: Mobile GPS Alert Systems

A mobile GPS Medical Alert System is an emergency communication system that works primarily while outside the home. Our team has researched the best mobile GPS life alert systems for 2017. See the latest reviews, unique features, comparisons, costs and more.
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  • Pros

  • From $19.99/mo with $49.99 device fee
  • Lively Mobile Urgent Response Device is completely waterproof
  • Unlimited access to registered nurses and doctors
  • Smartphone app and Bluetooth capabilities keep caregivers informed
  • Cons

  • One-time equipment fee and activation fees may apply
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  • Pros

  • From $25.95/mo with $49 device fee
  • Up to 72 hours on a single charge. 1 year warranty
  • CSAA Five Diamond Certified service centers
  • Belt clip and lanyard allow flexibility when carrying GPS unit
  • Cons

  • The unit is water resistant, not waterproof

  • From $39.95/mo
  • CSAA Five Diamond Certified emergency responders
  • Fall detection is available with the “Premium Guardian” plan
  • The emergency button is raised and lights up on the GPS device, making the unit easy to use
  • Cons

  • Equipment needs recharging daily

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  • LifeFone offers lifetime subscriber price and equipment guarantee; cost will not increase over time
  • Free monitoring for spouse and no equipment or activation fees.
  • In-home and GPS units are both included with their plan
  • Daily check-in calls, medication reminders & location services
  • Cons

  • Spouses are free, but couples need to share mobile unit

  • Medical Care Alert does not require a long-term contract and has no equipment costs or activation fees
  • Agents are EMT-certified
  • Lightweight and waterproof GPS device
  • Fall detection add-on available with “Elite” system plan
  • Cons

  • The Home & Away Elite system is moderately priced

  • MobileHelp in-home and GPS units are included with their plan
  • Fall detection, medication reminders, and activity tracking are available for an additional fee
  • No equipment or activation fees
  • Cons

  • While emergency monitoring is 24/7, their customer service reps are only available Monday through Friday 8am – 8pm
  • Monthly payment plans are not available

Mobile GPS Alert Systems: Editor’s Choice

GreatCall Lively Mobile Urgent Response Device