Internet Protocol (IP) Relay
This feature permits individuals to make Relay calls using their computer, Web phone, personal digital assistant (PDA), or any other Internet-capable device. Users also must have an Internet Service Provider (ISP). For your convenience, provided links to all providers of this service. International calls are not permitted.
Mobile Video Relay Service
Cell phones have evolved from simple devices that make phone calls to devices that can do a multitude of tasks. Individuals that are deaf or hard of hearing are now able to use a front-facing camera on their laptop or mobile device to make phone calls via a Video Relay Service.
Video Relay Service
Video Relay Service (VRS) provides a new communication tool that allows the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing community to communicate effectively and naturally with the hearing world through American Sign Language (ASL). VRS uses the Internet to provide an audio/video link to a certified Video Interpreter who interprets between the visual language of ASL and the auditory language of a hearing person. Using VRS, an individual with a computer, a low-cost web camera, and a high-speed Internet connection (cable, DSL, T-1 or ISDN) can contact hearing people anywhere through a standard dial-up telephone number.