Currently, only six U.S. states allow prison conjugal visits within their prison systems: California, Connecticut, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York and Washington. Originally, prison conjugal visits were used as an incentive to motivate working prisoners to be more productive. They were scheduled visits that allowed the prison inmate to spend one-on-one time with his or her legal spouse. Prisoners were lured by the idea of having the opportunity to have sexual contact with their spouses. Today, the main purpose of...Read more
Of course they are. We have served thousands of folks that have an inmate where CityTeleCoin has the contract. InmateAid's Discount Telephone Service is not a replacement for the phone service at the jail, we provide a number that will make the calls cheaper when you use them. We have found a number that is going to be more beneficial. If you have received calls from your inmate already, you've seen the 318 area code on the caller ID. To get the lowest priced inmate calls, we get you a telephone number matching the rate center...Read more
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OR WHOMEVER IS TO READ THIS!! I hope 2017 brings better luck & happiness ur way!!! Love -Sunny
InmateAID hopes that 2017 brings home many of our inmates and provides them opportunity, health and prosperity!! Thank you to you Sunny for the New Year's wishes!!
Thank you!!! Happy 2017 to you, too...:)
I know my inmates friends name in Dunklin county mo but not their inmate number. How would I go about finding it for a county jail?
try vinelink.com, most of the other searches will charge a fee as the information sources sometimes charges.
can anyone tell me how long after a inmate gets placed can they make there first phone call. to tell us where they are
There is an orientation period that all new and incoming inmates must go through before they are allowed visits and to make outbound phone calls. it is usually a process that takes about a week.
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Try our Inmate Locator page
Can I setup a phone service though here, does InmateAid service Puerto Rico because I can find it when I scroll down or do I have to call customer service? Thank You!
Our phone service is perfect for folks in your situation. All inmate calls to Puerto Rico are about $1.00/minute or $15.00 per each 15-minute call. We would get you a local state-side phone number that when called would ring to your PR number but only charge the $1.65 local charge per each 15-minute call. You still use the service at the prison or jail, but use the number we give you to arrange the account. There is a $13.00+ savings per call...Read more
Thanks and hello again lol. If the prison is in Puerto Rico and my number for my inmate to contact me is a New Jersey cell #. Will $4 be enough and how many minutes for talk time? Do you suggest I put more? Thanks!
The cost of each inmate call into the states from Puerto Rico is about $1.00 per minute