TTY Users 

Voice Callers

VCO Users 

STS Users 

HCO Users 

Spanish Callers 

Internet-Based

Other Features

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

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INTERNATIONAL CALLS

605-224-1837

Relay Hawaii allows you to place and receive calls to and from anywhere in the world using English or Spanish.

 

Callers from a country outside the United States may also access Relay Hawaii by calling 605-224-1837.

TTY PAYPHONES
711 or 877-447-5990

 

All local calls from TTY payphones are free of charge.

 

TTY payphones are usually available at hospitals, airports, train stations, hotels, libraries, museums, government buildings and freeway rest stops.

DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE

Relay Hawaii will relay Directory Assistance (DA) calls between TTY users and a DA operator. Once the caller makes the request, the Relay Operator will connect to the DA operator. After obtaining the number, the caller may choose to place the call through Relay Hawaii or dial TTY to TTY directly.

ANSWERING MACHINE OR VOICE MAIL RETRIEVAL

711 or 877-447-5990

Answering Machine Retrieval Instructions

  • To request answering machine retrieval, dial 711 or 877-447-5990.

  • When the Relay Operator responds, type "AMR GA." 

  • The relay operator will type, "PLS PLACE YOUR HANDSET NEXT TO YOUR ANS MACHINE AND TURN ON GA."

  • The TTY user places a handset on the speaker part of the answering machine until all messages have been retrieved.

  • Then the TTY user places the handset back on the TTY and types "GA."

  • The relay operator types the messages.

 

 

Voice Mail Retrieval Instructions

  • To request voice mail retrieval, dial 711.

  • When the Relay Operator responds, type the phone number you wish to call with your password or special instructions and then "GA."

DIAL 911 FOR EMERGENCY CALL ONLY

711 is not an emergency number

In case of emergency, relay users should call the TTY­ equipped 911 Center or emergency services center in their community.

 

NOTE: Relay Hawaii can process emergency calls but it may take longer for the connection to be made.

 

TTY users who cannot obtain emergency service via 911 may call 711 and inform the relay operator there is an emergency situation.

The Relay Hawaii website is an online information service provided by Sprint - Relay Hawaii. Although the information is available to anyone, Relay Hawaii retains copyrights on all text, graphic images, and videos. Therefore, you may NOT:

 

  1. Distribute any of the contents (text, graphics, or videos) of this site without the express written permission of Relay Hawaii;

  2. Include the information on your own server or in your own documents without the permission of Relay Hawaii;

  3. Modify or re-use the text, graphics, or videos located on Relay Hawaii's website.

 

You may print copies of the information for your own personal use or store files on your own computer for your personal use only. 
Relay Hawaii reserves all other rights.

FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITS ANYONE BUT REGISTERED USERS WITH HEARING LOSS FROM USING INTERNET PROTOCOL (IP) CAPTIONED TELEPHONES WITH THE CAPTIONS TURNED ON. IP Captioned Telephone Service may use a live operator. The operator generates captions of what the other party to the call says. These captions are then sent to your phone. There is a cost for each minute of captions generated, paid from a federally administered fund. No cost is passed on to the CapTel user for using the service. CapTel is a registered trademarks of Ultratec, Inc.

 

Relay Hawaii service is provided by Sprint Relay as regulated by the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC).  

 

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