Verizon cares about their customers. Really. We have proof, it it’s not listed in fine-print in a contract (although how great would it be seeing “We care about you” down there?). IP-Relay on was developed to assist the hearing impaired in making phone calls to their contacts. By typing in their conversation, the user can make phone calls using an employee who connects with their pal/co-worker/wife/ and, you guessed it, relays what’s being typed by the hearing-impaired customer. Follow? Please read on.
IP-Relay was introduced to BlackBerrys just last year and powered by the kind folk at Idokorro and a new version was just rolled out recently. By downloading the software to your computer from bb-relay.com, a new menu option will appear when attempting to dial-out allows you the ability to make an IP-Relay call. It’s things like this that prove decent things are happening with modern technology. Top notch.