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New webpages have been launched to help Australians who are deaf, hard of hearing and/or have speech impairment communicate with their friends,...
We’ve launched two new videos today on Accesshub to help step you through the process of setting up and making a Video Relay call.
The department has awarded Concentrix Services Pty Ltd the new contract to deliver the National Relay Service (NRS), following a limited tender...
Need some advice about the National Relay Service (NRS) or finding the information you need on Accesshub? Want to provide feedback or raise a...
Have you checked out the mainstream communication options pages on Accesshub?
From 1 February 2020, the National Relay Service (NRS) will no longer support the CapTel handset.
Important information for SMS Relay and TTY users.
Important information for Video Relay users.
Important information for users of Voice Relay (previously Speak and Listen) and NRS Captions
Transition of NRS Chat (Internet Relay) on the National Relay Service
Transition to the new provider of the National Relay Service (NRS).
The transition to a new provider for the National Relay Service (NRS) has been a significant undertaking. We would like to thank all NRS users and...
Information on the National Relay Service transition is now available in Auslan.
Learn how to connect in an emergency through the National Relay Service (NRS).
Recently some users have let us know they are experiencing longer wait times for National Relay Service (NRS) calls during peak business hours and...
A reminder about making SMS Relay calls through the National Relay Service (NRS).
Find out how to make calls on the go with Video Relay.
From Saturday the 1st of February 2020 captions will no longer be delivered on the CapTel handset.
The Minister toured the facility and spoke to staff about their work in supporting NRS users.
CapTel services have temporarily been extended.