ATT Relay Service

By on December 5, 2004

ATT now has a browser-based relay service. Best of all, it’s totally free, except for 900-numbers.

Now you don’t even need to pick up a phone to order pizza.



  1. It’s kinda like a TDD service, which would be used by hearing impaired people to make phone calls. The sender types a message, and the relay operator speaks the message to the person you call; the conversation on the browser end is all in text, but the operator is speaking to the person you’re calling.

    This service is different in that there is no cost, you can call any number in the US, and you don’t necessarily need to be hearing impaired to use it. Read the

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