Services

Relay Callers using various phones

More Solutions for Your Communications Needs

For people who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking, there is a state-of-the-art Georgia Relay feature designed with your needs—and lifestyle—in mind. Click any of the links below to learn more.

TTY (Text Telephone) – A standard telephone with a typewriter-style keyboard, screen and printer for people who are deaf, hard of hearing or have difficulty speaking.

Voice Carry-Over (VCO) – For those who can speak clearly, yet have hearing loss significant enough to keep them from understanding what is being said over a standard telephone.

Hearing Carry-Over (HCO) – For people with significant speech difficulties who can hear what is being said over the phone.

Speech-To-Speech (STS) – For people with mild-to-moderate speech difficulties who can hear what is being said over the phone.

Video Relay Service (VRS) – Makes it possible for sign language users to communicate in their native language via video conferencing.

CapTel® – Uses the latest in voice recognition software to display every word the caller says.

Spanish Relay – For Spanish-speaking Relay users.

Customer Profile – Create a personal profile that lets the Relay Communications Assistant (CA) automatically know your communications preferences.

Voice Users – Learn how easy it is to communicate by phone with Georgia Relay users.

Additional Features – Including ASCII, voicemail retrieval and more.

Customer Service – Contact Georgia Relay for assistance.

Whenever new technologies emerge, every effort is made to offer them to users as quickly as possible, so check this page often.