Due to unexpected higher call volumes, please stay on the line for the next available relay operator. Do not hang up and call back.  This will result in longer wait times.


Se encuentra un aumento de llamadas en este momento. Por favor espera en línea para un operador disponible. No se cuelgue para devolver la llamada porque resultará en tiempos de espera más largos.


“Smart 711” is now available using an Interactive Voice Response (IVR).
This service is a recorded message that will answer 711 in order to route the call to the right relay operator more quickly.


Relay NC Webinars

Monthly webinars are offered for people who are deaf or hard of hearing who are interested in learning about Relay NC services such as Relay Conference Captioning (RCC) and other topics.


Relay NC is now on your Facebook! Make sure to "like" us there. You will learn new, up-to-date information about relay services, tips, Deaf Culture, and much more.

Relay NC Vlogs

Relay NC provided vlogs for your educational or entertainment purposes about the services.

Relay North Carolina (Relay NC) is funded by a surcharge on landlines and wireless connections in North Carolina and administered by the North Carolina Division of Services for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing.

TTY and Voice Carry-Over (VCO) relay are not compatible with PBX system, VOIP phones or digital landlines; a dedicated landline must be used. While local calls are made at no charge, long distance calls are now available at no charge effective July 1, 2017.

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