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This first depends on where yopur inmate is incarcerated. InmateAid has a listing of the correct phone service matched to every facility. Remember, there are no replacements for the services at the prison or jail, the company with the contract is running the phone system with competition. They get to make the rates. That is where InmateAid comes in. We have done the hard work of knowing what phone line gets the lowest price. It used to be that localRead more
Depends on the three-way...:) if we are tlking about a 3-way call, then my advice would be to NEVER attempt it. The phone companies provide the prisons with the latest detection technology that sniffs out three-way calling. It is 100% against the rules of all institutions and loss of phone privilege for six months or more is the penalty. The people that get away with it do so for only a few calls before getting caught. With InmateAid's Discount CallingRead more
InmateAid is not the provider of phone service at the jail or prison. InmateAid provides a number that will definitely save you money on each call. If e cannot save you money, we refund your deposit. Also, each facility page has a Discount Call button that once clicked will display the actual savings per call. Here is an example for the Union County Jail in PA. They use SecurusTech. The calls through them are $10.70 per 15-minutes. InmateAid willRead more
There is no limit. It's a privilege, not a right therefore they could restrict phone calls the entire sentence.Read more
Yes. The Fire Camps are minimum security facilities within the CDCR, the California state prison system. The inmates are absolutely allowed to make phone calls seven days per week. These inmates actually serve the counties that they are in by fighting fires and providing selfless forestry safety. They are trusted to be in the public domain while serving their sentence. Their model behavior is awarded by receiving all the privileges afforded inmates. The phone service is Global*Tel Link-Offender Connect. The callsRead more
The inmate continues to use the service at the jail or prison. The inmateAid number makes their service less expensive to use. For instance, Securus, GTL-OffenderConnect, IC Solutions, Paytel, Telmate, Reliance, Combined Public Communications, CityTeleCoin, or any of the other twenty or more companies that have single-contracts with the various facilities - the inmates there must use the single carrier chosen by the facility. And it is easy to see, they are all the same, competing for a contract makesRead more
No they do not, If there is money in the account, the account works until they are handed the balance in a check or debit card on theior way out the door.Read more
It will take a few days. You wil need to contact the counselor at the facility and explain what you would like them to do. You might have to fax a written and signed letter requesting the block be removed.Read more
You should switch over ASAP. because the InmateAid number will stretch your GTL account balance getting you an extra three calls per $20. It's the only way to save. Look for InmateAId's new federal inmate program coming this Spring where the federal local numbers are a flat rate of only $8.95/month.Read more
You may use your cell phone in most cases. The phone service is run by ONE company at any one facility. The companies that provide service win a competitive bid contract for 3-4 years. THEY are the ones that set the pricing and the rules in conjunction with the jail or prison. It used to be that you needed a land line to receive calls from the inmate. Now, with everything revolving around the smartphone, the rules have changed. BUT,Read more