Question about Williams Sound PKT D1 H21 Pocketalker Lightweight Ergonomic Design Adjustable Volume Control
I want to start using a TDD phone. I understood they use some etiquette. Can you list them for me and tell me their use?
There are some etiquette rules that users of TDDs must be aware of. For example, because of the inability to detect when a person has finished speaking, the term "Go Ahead" (GA) is used. Commonly used abbreviations: BRB - Be Right Back; CA - Communications assistant (another term for a relay operator); CU - See You (be seeing you). GA - Go Ahead; SK - Stop Keying; SKSK - Now hanging up; Q, QQ, QM - Question Mark (?); PLS - Please; RO - Relay Operator; OIC - Oh, I See; OPR - Operator; NBR - Number; TMW - Tomorrow; THX - Thanks; WRU - Who are You? (or Where are You?); XXXX - Xs are often used to indicate a typing error instead of backspacing.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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