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Did you know that we have VRS Español? No more complicated transfers. With us you get direct service and you can even set VRS Español as your default VRS preference! Watch the video to learn more and see it in action.

Don’t have Convo? Sign up now at https://hubs.li/H0HpgmB0.

[English Transcript: Did you know we have VRS Español? Everyone deserves to feel ownership over their calls. Our goal is for you to own your calls.

With other VRS providers, Deaf callers can call someone using English or Español. But what if they call you back? Unfortunately, their call must go to an English-speaking interpreter who transfers to a Spanish-speaking interpreter who transfers back to you. Complicated, right?

There are three ways Convo VRS is designed and engineered to be smarter without any transfers. First, we have direct VRS Español both ways! You can start your call with your Español number.

Second, you can set VRS Español directly into your contact list. If you have a Spanish-speaking family or friends, all you need to do is click on the check box for VRS Español. The app will save this information and every time you call that person, you will connect to VRS Español.

Third, you can switch between English and Español with a single click. If you use VRS Español more than you use standard VRS, go into Settings and make VRS Español your default VRS.

So, every time you make a call, you will connect directly to VRS Español. Own your call with us. Sign up for Convo now at signup.convorelay.com.]

[ID: Screen opens on a photo of Ian, a Latino male in a black shirt and black-framed glasses. To the right side of the screen there is green and white text that reads ‘Tip Thursday: Did you know about VRS Espanol?’

The screen slides to the left, opens with Ian, a Latino male in a black shirt and black-framed glasses on a white background. There are fixed grey text in the right corner that reads ‘CONVO’.

Screen opens to a black background, with two white illustrations of people making a phone call. The animation moves to show 4 people making calls, and red then green lines to connect them all to each other. They are labeled “Spanish speaking caller”, “Spanish interpreter”, “Deaf caller”, and “English interpreter”.

Screen slides to the left, opens on Ian, a Latino male in a black shirt and black-framed glasses on a white background. There are fixed grey text in the right corner that reads ‘CONVO’. Screen opens on black background with a white animation of a cell phone. Showing phone numbers in white text, and pink/orange text.

Screen slides to the left, opens on Ian, a Latino male in a black shirt and black-framed glasses on a white background. There are fixed grey text in the right corner that reads ‘CONVO’.

Screen changes to black, then an animation of a person labeled “deaf caller” and a white arrow that moves through to the second animation that says “ESP Interpreter” which then goes to a third animation that is labeled “Spanish speaking caller”. The screen then zooms out and shows all three animations of the people making a call.

Screen slides to the left, opens on Ian, a Latino male in a black shirt and black-framed glasses on a white background. There is fixed grey text in the right corner that reads ‘CONVO’.

Screen opens to a black and shows a white outlined animation of a cell phone. The screen shows a contact card with a name and phone number. There is a place at the bottom of the phone screen where the caller can select VRS Espanol. Then the screen shows scrolling white text which then lands on the contact that has VRS Espanol as default.
Screen slides to the left, opens on Ian, a Latino male in a black shirt and black-framed glasses on a white background. There is fixed grey text in the right corner that reads ‘CONVO’.

The screen changes to black, then pull up the white outlined animation of the cell phone. It shows the white text labeled “english phone number” moving down and the pink/orange text animation labeled “Espanol phone number” moving to the top.

Screen slides to the left, opens on Ian, a Latino male in a black shirt and black-framed glasses on a white background. There are fixed grey text in the right corner that reads ‘CONVO’.

Black pop-up on the bottom of the screen with white text that reads ‘signup.convorelay.com’. Screen changes to a solid green background with white text that reads ‘CONVO’.]

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