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A textphone is a telephone device that has a keyboard and a display screen. The user types what they want to say rather than speaking into a mouthpiece.
Calls from a textphone to a standard telephone can be made via RNID's Typetalk relay service which converts text-to-voice and voice-to-text calls.
Caption or 'screen' phones do not have a keyboard but do have an integral display screen on which the incoming caller's speech is displayed in text format. View relevant references ‣
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Combined textphone and telephone. Textphone can be plugged directly into telephone wall socket and may also be used as a standard telephone.... Read more»
Device designed to convert speech from a landline phone to text on a smartphone or tablet. Live Transcribe app needs to be dowloaded for the device to work, and internet access is required. ... Read more»
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