CapTel 840

 

For people who don't have Internet access, the CapTel 840 relies on a landline (analog telephone line) to provide captions and voice. This is also known as a one-line CapTel.

 

  • Requires an analog phone line. DSL can be supported if using an appropriate filter

  • Large screen with easy-to-read captions

  • Built-in answering machine with captions

  • One touch button to reach customer service 24/7

  • Available in Spanish

  • Captioning service is FREE

CapTel 840 Phone Features
Requirements for CapTel 840

Line 1:*

Telephone line:

  • Analog

  • DSL with digital filter

 

Line 2 (optional):*

2nd analog telephone line

 

Not compatible with PBX system
    unless an analog port is available.

VIDEO: CapTel 840 Overview
VIDEO: How CapTel 840 Works

CapTel NC   4819 Emperor Blvd.  Suite 205  Durham, NC  27703

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CapTel North Carolina (CapTel NC) is funded by a surcharge on landline and wireless telephone bills in North Carolina and administered by the North Carolina Division of Services for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing.

 

CapTel NC is not compatible with PBX systems, VOIP phones or digital landlines; an analog or DSL with filter landline must be used. While local calls are made at no charge, long distance calls are now available at no charge effective July 1, 2017.

 

"Let's Stay Connected" is a trademark of CapTel North Carolina. © 2019.  

 

CapTel is a registered trademark of Ultratec, Inc.

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