TeleTypewriters (TTY’s) allow you to type your conversation and read the response on the display.  Page Content

The following are examples of TTY’s (aka text telephones, teletypewriters, TDD’s, or telecommunications device for the deaf) distributed by the Wyoming Relay Equipment Distribution Program (WYRED) to eligible applicants:

Superprint 4425A

  • Programmable auto-answer

  • 32K memory (stores conversations, memos, phone numbers, and auto-answer messages)

  • TTY Announcer™  (a recorded female voice that tells the person you are calling, “TTY call; please use a text telephone.”)

  • Relay Voice Announcer (tells people calling you to “Please use text telephone or dial relay”

  • Memory dialing and dialing by name

Miniprint 425

  • Auto-answer takes calls for you and prints messages- even when you are unavailable.

  • Built-in ring flasher and direct connection to the standard telephone line.

Ameriphone Q90D

  •  This TTY is a great option for individuals with a speech disability who want to type their conversation and listen to the response.

  • This is done by utilizing the Hearing Carry Over (HCO) option with speakers or a headset.

  • Ring flasher for incoming calls and audible ringer with optional external speaker.

Superprint Pro 80 LVD (Large Visual Display)


  • 1-line, 20-character display with easy-to-see 1/2” tall letters.

  • True-size, QWERTY keyboard. 

  • Direct connect.

  • TTY Announcer™ and Relay Voice Announcer.

  • Built-in Caller ID (Requires Caller ID service.)
    11 special "one-touch" function and GA/SK keys.

  • Turbo Code®; Auto ID™; last number redial.

How to Get TTY's

For further information on TTY's distributed by WYRED, please:

  • Contact Dominique Maestas, WYRED Equipment Distribution Specialist, via:

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