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What is 7-1-1?

7-1-1 is a statewide telephone relay number that connects standard (voice) telephone users with deaf, hard-of-hearing, and/or speech-disabled people who use text telephones (TTYs). The 7-1-1 relay service makes effective two-way telecommunications possible between people using the standard phone and TTY users. People who dial 7-1-1 in an office that has extension numbers may experience difficulty as a result of the number not being programmed in the building’s PBX system. Contact your office administrator or local telephone service provider to request the availability of the 7-1-1 service in your building.

Below is a list of telephone users. Click for more information on what Relay North Carolina offers.

For TTY Users

For Deaf-Blind TTY Users

For Voice Callers

For Voice Carry-Over (VCO) Callers

For Hearing Carry-Over (HCO) Callers

For Speech-to-Speech (STS) Callers

Emergency 9-1-1 Call

Others (International, Voicemail (AMR), Payphone,
      900 & Directory Assistance)