Internet Protocol Captioned Telephone Service (IP CTS) is a form of telecommunications relay service (TRS) that permits an individual who can speak, but who has difficulty hearing, to use a phone to simultaneously listen to the other party and read captions of what the other party is saying.
IP CTS allows persons with hearing loss to take advantage of advancements in communication technologies and Internet connections at their residences and work places to more effectively use the telephone in their job and daily lives.
For nearly 500,000 Americans with hearing loss, IP CTS is vital to enabling effective, reliable phone conversations.
Simple and capable. All the features you already love -- nothing you don't.
All the contacts you've already stored on your phone.
Read your voicemail transcribed by state-of-the-art speech recognition.
Emergency calls are directed to your local 911 operator and captioned in real time.
Nothing new to learn, all the familiar features.
Help is just a tap away, by voice, captions, and chat.
Works on any mobile device with WiFi or 4G connectivity.