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Inmate phone privileges begin after orientation, usually within the first two weeks. They will have to have some money in their inmate account or they could call you collect (THE most expensive prison call). If they have money to call, they can call every day...Read more
There are limited ways to "speak to an inmate". The obvious ways are with the telephone, but the inmate must initiate the call. For them to do that, there needs to be an account set up somewhere. Visitation is another way. Writing letters is another way to communicate. All of these methods are going to have some costs associated, unfortunately. Getting locked up is more expensive to the friends and family on the outside than for the inmate on the inside.Read more
Your husband adds the LOCAL number to his Trulincs account inside the prison. They have computer terminals inside the rec room which is also where they send emails via Coorlinks. There is nothing for you to do but answer the phone!!Read more
InmateAid is not replacing the phone service inside the jail. InmateAid makes the calls cheaper by identifying the carriers and their published rates then applying an algorithm to determine the price of a 15-minute call with their current number or a number that makes the same call less expensive. We can save money on calls in 75% of the cases. For instance, in all federal prisons, a local call is $0.06/minute vs $0.21/minute for long-distance calls. If your inmate uses allRead more
Via email, text message and it is displayed in your Account DashboardRead more
You would have to be on Jodi Arias' visitor list. She would have to initiate any phone calls, you cannot call the prison to talk to her.Read more
Yes an inmate can use their commissary money to make phone calls (to any number), and no... on your prepaid account add only your number and that is the only one they can callRead more