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Can’t Hear on the Phone?

Read Captions of Everything They Say!

What is CapTel?
How it works
The FCC now requires all Internet-based CapTel users to register their phone. Registration is easy!

Read and understand while still hearing their voice.

Ideal for people with hearing loss, CapTel works like any other phone – plus you see captions of everything the caller says.

How CapTel Works

Choose the right phone

CapTel 840i

Designed for people who are comfortable with a traditional-style telephone, the CapTel 840i features a large easy-to-read display with built-in answering machine.

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CapTel 2400i

For people who prefer touch-screen technology, the CapTel 2400i has a large colorful display, dial-by-picture capability, and a built-in answering machine. Includes Bluetooth® connectivity and speakerphone.

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CapTel 880i

Ideal for people with low vision, who have difficulty viewing standard-sized captions, the CapTel 880i has extra large font sizes & display options for easy reading.

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People who use CapTel have a lot to say about it!

“It is so nice to know what people on the other end say without having to ask them to repeat half of their conversation.”

- CapTel user in Florida

“Now I know exactly what the caller says.”

- CapTel user in Georgia

“Mom is happy that she can now communicate with her family and friends”

D. Harris, Ohio

“I don’t know how I could manage without my CapTel phone. It’s been a blessing.”

M. Asla, Idaho

“I have not been able to talk on [the] phone for 10 years. Now I talk to my daughter in New York and my brother in Alaska. Thank you, CapTel.”

R. Mostella, Oregon

“I really am so grateful for the CapTel telephone and the service. I cannot put it into words how wonderful it has been.”

L. Jennings, Florida

“CapTel has helped me very much and relieves the stress I used to have when talking on the phone. It’s great!”

M. Keating, Florida
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