Lifelinks Video Relay Offers Easy Access; 800 SIGNLANGUAGE Number for Existing VP 100 and D-Link Deaf Users, Improving Interoperability

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The deaf and hard of hearing can now access a sign language interpreter for making video relay (VRS) calls in ASL, and Spanish, sign language merely by dialing 1-888 SIGNLANGUAGE on their existing VP 100 and D Link videophones.

Lifelinks has made video relay access even easier. Lifelinks VRS can be accessed by the deaf and hard of hearing community just by dialing 888-SIGNLANGUAGE from their existing VP 100 or D-Link equipment.

This easy to remember number makes calling easier. No longer do the deaf and hard of hearing have to remember difficult to use IP addresses with dots between the numbers. Lifelinks is also accessible using Microsofts Netmeeting and H.264 equipment.

Lifelinks provides customer service and assistance with the new service in English and Spanish using only deaf persons. In addition, the waiting time is small.

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