Speech-to-Speech (STS) provides a communication assistant (CA) for people with speech disability who have difficulty being understood on the telephone.

Speech-to-Speech

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STS allows people with speech disability to voice their conversation. A specially trained Relay Operator repeats the words of the person with a speech disability or synthesizer output to the other party. No special equipment is needed to use this service.

Features and Benefits

  • My Email Set Up: Sprint offers a new service that STS users can email call instructions 2 to 24 hours prior to the call. Click here to learn more.
  • My Wireless *STS (*787): Sprint has implemented a national wireless short code for STS to make easier to place or receive STS calls using a Sprint wireless phone. Click here to learn more.
  • My Profile: Sprint provides a dedicated customer profile designated for STS users only. This includes My Saved Messages, My Name, My Place, My Style and many more. Click here to learn more.
How Sprint Speech-to-Speech Works