Vermont

Vermont 2017-11-07T16:26:04+00:00

There are 3 options to get a CapTel phone:

Option 1

Purchase a CapTel Phone

CapTel phones are available to purchase directly for $75 through WCI.

Option 2

Vermont Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program

Vermont Equipment Distribution Program (VTEDP) provides FREE adaptive telephone equipment to Vermonters with disabilities who income-qualify. Vermont residents may be eligible to receive a CapTel 840 or Captel 840i phone.

To print an application or get further information on program guidelines contact us or visit our website:

Vermont Center for Independent Living
11 E. State Street
Montpelier, VT 05602
1-800-639-1522 (Toll Free)
802-224-1806 (Direct)
802-229-0503 (Fax)
www.vcil.org

For more information about CapTel service:

Michelle Vicino
Customer Relationship Manager
200 Corporate Place, Suite 200
Rocky Hill, CT 06067
860-986-7234 (voice only)
913-523-0802 (fax)
860-899-1097 (VP)
Email: Michelle.vicino@sprint.com

For more information about Vermont Relay, please visit www.vermontrelay.com
For information about VT EDP, please visit www.vtedp.org

Alaina Clements
Assistive Technology Specialist
Vermont Center for Independent Living
11 E. State Street
Montpelier, VT 05602
1-800-639-1522 (Toll Free)
802-224-1806 (Direct)
802-229-0503 (Fax)

For more information about Vermont Relay, please visit www.vtedp.org

Option 3

Third Party Certification of Hearing Loss

People who cannot hear over the phone may be eligible to receive an Internet-based CapTel phone at no cost with a signed certification of hearing loss from their audiologist or doctor.

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Captioning Service Provider

See a CapTel Call
See how CapTel helps clarify everyday calls.

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Sprint WebCapTel
You can also get CapTel captions over the Internet during conversations on your cellphone.

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