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TTY/ TDD Phones support

What if I can’t read the person—may I interrupt?

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Yes, if you are getting garbled messages or numbers and can’t read the message, interrupt by typing "STOP PLS" or XX STOP STOP CAN’T RD U XX" or "HD HD HD" and wait for the other person to respond. Then type something like this: "SORRY I MISSED UR MSG IT WAS GARBLED PLS TYPE AFTER I MEET U AT QQ" or "PLS REPEAT" or "I CAN’T RD U CAN U RD ME Q".

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