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Federal inmates must pay for their calls though Trulincs, the BOP's version of an "inmate's bank". From Trulincs, the inmate directs the money to their commissary, email (Corrlinks) and phone calls. The phone calls cost either 21 cents per minute or 6 cents per minute (if you are local to the prison). If you are not local and want the calls to be 6 cents per minute, InmateAid gets the local lines for only $8.95. On 300 minutes, the local lineRead more
This phone service will work with every jail listed, The only thing that changes is the price based upon your current number vs. the location of the facility.Read more
No, the User must notify the inmate that funds are on their account so that they know they can make calls to you.Read more
Usually within an hour. It is sent to you via EMAIL, TEXT message and displayed in your ACCOUNT DASHBOARDRead more
It usually takes a few days before the inmates are given phone privileges. The Orientation must take place first before the inmate may make calls, receive visits and buy commissary. If you are also in the state of Texas, we can make the calls cheaper, check it out.Read more
Probably not. Eleven cents is a good rate, but some go as low as 4-6 cents per minute - it depends on where you're talking about. IC Solutions has a rate calculator on their site and we'd have to run a check to see if there was any way to go lower. Without knowing the facility name, we're just guessing.Read more
You can use us to get the same calls through them for only $.21/min .Read more
Each facility has one phone carrier only. The company that they use determines the pricing. That is why the price is so high. InmateAid uses software to determine the best price based on YOUR phone number and the carrier. We can save big money on about 70% of the instances. We encourage you to email or call to get an honest estimate before you buy. If you buy and we cannot save you money, we will refund the transaction, noRead more
The different number is the "special sauce" that makes the calls cheaper. InmateAid's computer algorithm determines the best price based upon the rate calculator on the phone carrier's website. Sometimes the best is a local number, other times it's a completely different state altogether. We don't make the rules, we use their rules to make your money last a lot longer.Read more
Yes, they are calling from the jail or detention facility's landlines. The caller ID to you'll see is the phone that they call from. That number CANNOT receive incoming calls, it's enabled to only make outbound calls.Read more