Public Phone TDDs meet a growing need. Installing a Public Phone TDD (Teletype) in your facility will give your many visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing access to the telephone.
Efforts that began years ago with the installation of wheelchair ramps for access to public buildings now continue with the installation of Public Phone TDDs for access to public pay telephones.
The people who use TDDs can have direct, reliable access to public telephones, a necessity that the hearing population takes for granted.
Public Phone TDDs have been installed and are now working in airports, government buildings, hotels, police stations, hospitals, schools, shopping malls, apartments buildings, bus and train terminals and any place where there are public phones and people are aware of this available technology.
Payphone Cabinet (Optional): Place the public TDD in a metal cabinet which provides extra protection for the product. The size is 12.5″ x 11.25″ x 2.25″. Add for $250.00.
Note: The Public Phone TDD is a TDD (or TTY) which has been designed to work with any public telephone. TTYs are devices that people who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, or speech impaired use to make telephone calls.