The cheapest telehealth service is Blue JAY telehealth which costs €14.99 for a two-week course.
However, the cheapest rate is €12.95 per day.
If you’re paying for a full month of service you could pay as little as €8.20 for two hours.
If the service is offered for a whole month, it could cost as little at €27.70.
The Blue Jays website says it offers a range of products including flu shots, emergency contraception, and HIV testing.
It says its telehealth services can be used by anyone with a smartphone.
A phone call to the company’s office on Dublin’s Central Avenue was not returned.
Blue Jaya also sells other telehealth products such as emergency contraception and condoms.
It has a website where people can compare their telehealth rates.
The website does not offer any information about the price of telehealth.
The National Health Service, the Health Service Executive, and other agencies charge telehealth bills, which they deduct from their members’ insurance.
Telehealth rates are not covered by the Government’s National Health Insurance scheme.
It’s not just for our members, but also for the people who are accessing it from a distance. “
Telehealth is a part of our health services.
We know that people who use telehealth are much more likely to have a more balanced lifestyle, as they’re more likely than other people to be able to access their health care at home.”