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January 9, 2006

Deaf News Release: Exciting news from and Hamilton Relay

From: Deaf Spot - Jan 9, 2006

Exciting news from and Hamilton Relay and Hamilton Relay are thrilled to announce the inclusion of Hamilton Relay as the exclusive relay provider on the DeafSpot toolbar. This new feature on the toolbar allows relay users to place Hamilton Relay calls from their web browser while viewing any site on the Internet. Relay users simply select the type of relay call they prefer by clicking on the Hamilton Relay icon, which is integrated into the toolbar. Relay users no longer need to open a separate browser window to connect with Hamilton Relay - it’s as easy as one click on the toolbar.

Both companies agree that this new feature enhances the toolbar by making it a one stop shop for relay, deaf news updates, Google internet search, deaf links, shopping options, and even a blocker for those annoying pop-ups.

The toolbar is simple to download. It installs in seconds onto your Internet Explorer or Fire Fox web browser. Go go and follow the prompts.

The list of benefits is extensive:

* Instant access to DeafSpot from any site on the web

* Place Hamilton Relay Internet, AOL or VRS calls from any site on the web!

* Integrated Google Search

* Get instant access to useful Deaf links

* Blocks annoying pop-ups

* Includes cookie cleaner, history cleaner, and cache cleaner for your privacy

* Deaf community news headlines scroll on the toolbar 24/7. A mouse click takes you directly to the story. No matter where you are on the web, the toolbar is always accessible to take you where you want to go.

* Customize your toolbar to suit your needs. It’s fast and painless.

Hamilton Relay is pleased to add another convenient access point to make Relay easier than ever for our customers.

The DeafSpot toolbar is completely free! The ease of installation and the ability to effortlessly uninstall makes this toolbar risk free, as well.

About Hamilton
Hamilton offers a variety of features and services to further enhance relay communication including Internet Relay, Video Relay, Wireless Relay and CapTel. All services are available at Hamilton also provides traditional relay services to nine states, the District of Columbia, the Island of Saipan and the Virgin Islands. Established in 1901, Hamilton also provides local telephone and cable television service, call center services, Internet services, computer sales, network integration and much more to customers in Nebraska and across the country.

About DeafSpot
DeafSpot Web Properties maintains a network of Deaf Community oriented websites to serve this community. DeafSpot is run by a network of volunteer web designers and graphic artists whose core belief is that information is the key to empowerment. Sites in the DeafSpot Network include ; ; ; ; and