AT&T reported today that the iPhone has been made even more accessible, with a text plan that caters to customers who are deaf or have a hearing or speech disability.
As stated on the AT&T website:
Today, AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) announced a new Text Accessibility Plan (TAP) for iPhone, designed to give iPhone customers with disabilities the choice of unlimited text messaging, Web browsing and easy access to e-mail for $40 a month.
The plan is available to both new and current eligible iPhone users with disabilities. In order to find out if you qualify for the plan you must complete an application form for eligibility, which is available through AT&T and which you can also go directly to here.
This is a great commitment on AT&T’s part and we will be sure to keep you updated on any further news on this in the future, and on any additional information about AT&T’s NCCD and other offerings for customers with disabilities.
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