Rhode Island Relay services are provided by Sprint under contract agreement with Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission.
Rhode Island Relay is funded by surcharge established through a Commission Order in R.I.P.U.C. Docket No. 2046, pursuant to Rhode Island General Law 39-1-42.

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RHODE ISLAND RELAY PHONE NUMBERS

FOR PEOPLE WHO USE STANDARD TELEPHONES

  • Voice to TTY/VCO/HCO/STS 
    711 or 800-745-6575
 
  • Voice to CapTel 
    711 or 877-243-2823
 
  • Spanish-to-Spanish or Spanish-to-English
    711 or 866-355-9214
 
 

FOR DEAF CALLERS

  • TTY to Voice
    711 or 800-745-5555
  • Telebraille
    844-357-1593
 
  • ASCII to Voice
    711 or 800-745-1570
 
  • Spanish-to-Spanish or Spanish-to-English
    711 or 866-355-9214​
 
 

FOR VOICE CARRY-OVER
CALLERS

  • Voice Carry-Over
    711 or 844-357-1592
 
 

FOR SPEECH DISABLED CALLERS

  • Hearing Carry-Over
    711 or 800-745-5555
 
  • Speech-to-Speech
    711 or 866-355-9213
WHAT IS 711?
WHAT IF 711 IS NOT WORKING?

RHODE ISLAND RELAY CUSTOMER SERVICES

  • 866-703-5485
    TTY / Voice / ASCII / HCO
 
  • 800-676-4290
    Español - TTY / Voz / ASCII
     
  • 877-787-1989
    Speech-to-Speech only
     
  • 866-931-9027
    Voice Carry-Over only
 

CAPTIONED TELEPHONE CUSTOMER SERVICES

  • 888-269-7477
    Voice
 
  • 866-670-9134
    Español - Voz
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

WHAT IF 711 IS NOT WORKING? 

YOU MAY HAVE A PBX SYSTEM ISSUE.

People who use phones in an office that has extension numbers may experience difficulty as a result of 711 not being programmed in the building’s PBX system. To request the availability of 711 service in your building, contact your IT specialist, office administrator, or local telephone service provider.
 
711 dialing was mandated by the FCC on October 1, 2001. If you have difficulty dialing 711, please click here and let us know and we will attempt to help get the issue resolved.