Category: Deaf And Hard of Hearing

Hamilton CapTel 2400i

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Hamilton CapTel 2400i is designed for individuals who have difficulty hearing over the phone. The CapTel Phone requires both a single analog or digital phone line (DSL with filter, cable phone, VOIP, etc.) and a high-speed Internet connection via Ethernet or WiFi. The 2400i features a large touch-screen display and captions can be turned on/off as needed. There is a custom tone control for optimal hearing, built-in answering machine with captions and dial-by-photo capability. CapTel 2400i can be positioned anywhere within your wireless network range or it can be connected to your Internet with an Ethernet cable. Installation assistance is available.

Please Note: The CapTel Captioned Telephone is designed for people who have difficulty hearing over the phone. People who do not require captioning support for their telephone calls should only use the CapTel phone with the CAPTIONS featured turned off. The CapTel phone is intended to facilitate telephone communication between two or more parties on a telephone call. Any other use of the phone is considered a violation or misuse of the service.

Technical Specifications: 


  • Telephone Service
  • High-Speed Internet (WiFi or via Ethernet cable)
  • Router may be required depending on your setup
  • Color:  Multiple font sizes & colors
  • Warranty: 5-Year Replacement Program
  • Includes 90-day money back guarantee


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Hamilton CapTel 2400i

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Captel Captioning Service
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The CapTel Captioning Service is offered by Ultratec Inc. (see separate entry) to provide realtime captioning of telephone conversations. Users of the CapTel Captioning Service must have a CapTel telephone (see separate entry), which is designed specifically to interact with the Captioning Service. CapTel Captioning Service subscribers place each call in the same way as dialing a traditional phone. As the user dials an outgoing call, the CapTel phone automatically connects to the Captioning Service. When the other party answers, the CapTel phone user hears everything that they say, just like a traditional call. Behind the scenes, an operator at the CapTel Captioning Service transcribes everything the other party says into written text. The written text appears on the display window built into the CapTel phone. The captions appear almost simultaneously with the spoken word, allowing the CapTel phone users to understand everything that is said either by hearing it or by reading it. Incoming calls must go through the Captioning Service to engage realtime captioning. The CapTel phone is available in a 2-line version that will automatically contact the CapTel Captioning Service for each incoming and outgoing call. The CapTel Captioning Service is available in 44 States and the District of Columbia. It is not available in Alaska, Delaware, Georgia, Louisiana, Massachusetts, and South Dakota. One free CapTel telephone is available to each active Federal employee who uses the Federal CapTel program.

Phone: 888-269-7477
Fax: 608-238-3008