I got this email from Sorenson Communication. SIPRelay® service will permanently cease on July 31, 2013 at 4 p.m. MDT. We were grateful to provide the service for over 8 years and appreciate everyone who used SIPRelay. The new FCC compensation rates for IP Relay are too low to provide the quality IP Relay service our customers deserve. This is an unfortunate example of an FCC decision that was not based on the realities of the market and the needs of our SIPRelay users. To continue using your SIPRelay number, you must port it to a different IP Relay provider. To find a list of alternate IP Relay providers, see TRS Providers | FCC.gov. This change does not affect SVRS®. If you use ASL, you can transition your mobile communications to ntouch® mobile! Learn more about ntouch mobile at Sorenson ntouch. If you prefer to voice for yourself, we encourage you to try CaptionCall. Learn more about CaptionCall at www.CaptionCall.com. Im one of those people that still use SIPRelay. It is easier for me and less distracting and simple. I have A.D.D. I can use VRS but I dont pay attention well to interpreters and hard time communicating. Thats why I use SIPrelay. Look like I have to use SprintIP soon. Oh well.