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“Just like many people, I use the telephone to make appointments, shop, order pizza – for many reasons…  But when I call business to do those things, I often get hung up on because the business owner has never received a Vermont Relay call before.. Please, Don’t Hang Up.


Thousands of people who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, deafblind, or who have a speech difference call businesses and organizations like yours every day. They call through Alabama Relay Service. Often people hang up on Alabama Relay calls because they think a telemarketer is calling.

When a call comes through saying, “This is AlabamaRelay,” it is a call from someone with a hearing loss or a speech disability.

These hang-ups are frustrating for deaf, deafblind,hard-of-hearing, and speech-disabled callers. Butjust as significant, they mean a loss of business and bad customer relations for the business or organization being called.

So, the next time you get a Alabama Relay call, remember: if you hang up, you may be hanging up on themost important call that you receive all day!

The “Please, Don’t Hang Up” Campaign consists of presentations throughout the state by the Alabama Relay team and a public service announcement on both TV and radio, as well as printed material.

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Report Your Complaint Online  

If you have experienced a hang-up when placing a relay call, you can complete the hang-up incident form online below. An Alabama Relay team will follow up by sending a brochure, a letter, or by calling the resident or business that is the source of the complaint to explain the relay service.

Help Alabama Relay increase awareness and get the message out about the “Don’t Hang Up” campaign. Please fill out the form with accurate information and click on Send.  All information is confidential.


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