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Sprint Accessibility for All
Sprint Accessibility offers communication products and services to eliminate communication barriers for customers who are Deaf, DeafBlind, have a hearing or vision loss, and cognitive, speech or mobility disabilities.
Through innovation and a desire to make communication access available to all people, we have expanded our accessibility solutions to include each of the following and we are not stopping there, we work to anticipate the future needs of our customers and have already begun working on next generation solutions today – Sprint Accessibility has communication solutions for today, tomorrow, and the future
Sprint’s broad portfolio of accessibility services include:
Sprint Accessibility - 911 Information
When you are experiencing an emergency, it’s important that we connect you to the right emergency service provider. Sprint complies with all Federal Communications Commission (FCC) emergency call handling requirements to process 911 calls for TTY, CapTel, IP-Relay, and IP-CTS. Sprint may collect your name, location, and other identifying information at the beginning of the 911 call in order to connect you to the most appropriate Emergency Services Provider or Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP).
For more information on 911 calls through internet-based Telecommunications Relay Services (iTRS), see FCC Advisory Page
For required user information and steps to place 911 calls via Sprint Accessibility iTRS services, visit http://www.sprintrelay.com/911-calls