Option 1:

Apply to get a non-Internet-based CapTel 840 phone:

Requires traditional analog phone line.

Wisconsin residents may be eligible to receive a free CapTel phone through the state’s Telecommunications Equipment Purchase Program (TEPP). The purpose of TEPP is to help people with disabilities buy specialized equipment they need in order to use basic telephone services. The TEPP is one of several different programs paid for by the Wisconsin Universal Service Fund (USF) established by the Public Service Commission. Money collected from Wisconsin telephone service providers goes into the USF.

Vist the TEPP website for more information.

Option 2:

Request an Internet-based CapTel phone at no cost:

Get a free internet-based CapTel phone with a third party certification form signed by your hearing health care professional (doctor, audiologist or hearing aid dispenser).  Instructions are included on the form.

The internet-based CapTel models are:  840i, 880i and 2400i.

Option 3:

a CapTel phone:

Wisconsin residents who do not qualify for Third-Party Certification may purchase any model of CapTel phone.

Click here to purchase any model of CapTel phone.