Video Relay Service (VRS) allows a more natural telephone communication between sign language users and voice telephone users. This service is easily accessible from home, office, or when traveling. Communication flows through a qualified video interpreter via a stand-alone videophone, or a desktop or laptop computer with a webcam and appropriate free software. This service requires high-speed internet service such as DSL, cable modem, or a mobile broadband card.
Click here to be directed to the FCC web-site that lists relay providers and the services that they offer.
All callers must be registered with their VRS relay provider to obtain a 10-digit number in order to use this service.