NexTalk Internet TTY Software

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  1. PowerWCRulez

    PowerWCRulez New Member

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    Hello everybody,

    I'm using the NexTalk Internet TTY, it's totally FREE of charge, TTY to TTY or TTY to IP Relay anywhere in the USA!

    I did called my friend in Washington State, it's work prefectly, I left the message on his TTY. My friend told me his caller id box shows "unavailable" which is I called thru Internet TTY.

    You can go check it out at:
    http://www.nextalk.net

    System Reqs:
    Windows 95 and higher

    Mac OS not supported on the NexTalk Internet TTY software.
     
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    oh hey, I just recogzined that its same engine been use at ip-relay.com :D cool
     
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    Okay, i wonder why is this relay.att.com
    better than ip-relay ???

    i think i agree with you that relay.att.com is better
    than ip-relay... because ip-relay tend to shut down sometimes
    without my permission in the middle of conversations...

    i like to hear your comments for comparisons....
     
  5. SyrOrange

    SyrOrange Guest

    i use it most of the time.
     
  6. hacker

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  7. GoldenLeaf74

    GoldenLeaf74 Guest

    cool and faster result, cool
     
  8. hacker

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    ja :boink:
     
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    heard of it haven t tried it i ll do that soon gonna give one person a call and find out if that works :)
     
  10. hacker

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    :ugh2: it work 4meh..
     
  11. Brian

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    I have tried IP-Relay NexTalk several times, but still dislike it so much. I have been using AT&T ( http://relay.att.com ) and ( http://www.RelayCall.com ) until about two weeks ago. I have found one to top of all on-line relay services (AT&T, MCI-WorldCom and Sprint), it is Hamilton Relay, it is like you are in a IRC-based chatroom. Give it a try.... http://HipRelay.com or http://IPTRS.com .
     
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    k.thats good
     
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    DoVip The Master Poker Premium Member

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    That's nice. ;)
     
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    Hmm... I must have overlooked DBPowerWCRulez's post. I wasn't aware that there is on-line service where a TTY/TDD user can contact another TTY/TDD user. I've tried NeXTalk.net, by using the computer and TTY machine at the same time. It is really cool - better than having to use a TTY machine. I was aware that NeXTalk had some sort of voice calls for hearing people to leave messages. I had that service when it first was released but rarely used it.

    Those who have not tried NeXTalk.net should give it a try. It is much better than having a bulky TTY machine in your way. :)
     
  16. DefMATRIXense

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    NeXTalk.net is fucking cool. you can call anywhere for tty to tty at no cost... No hidden, no bullshit... but for Relay service, in my opinion, IP-relay.com is much better, easy to use but no tty to tty calls :(

    beside, using a nextalk.net, someone can call me on tty to tty on my pc... its much better...:cool: :cool:
     
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  17. DefMATRIXense

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    I needed testing with one of u guys.. just getting some expeiences....
     
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    good for you guys
     
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    I would like for you to test on sidekick if it work with any relay online.
    Let me know, thank.
     
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