Updated on 12-16-2022
How to phone call to Marion County Jail is subject to Marion County rules. Each correctional facility has its own rules on visitation, commissary, and mail. Before connecting with a loved one here, you can find them using a free inmate locator. Pigeonly helps you add money to a trust account at Marion County Jail and other services.
Marion County Jail Correctional Faciliites
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Go to pigeonly.com to start a search for your inmate. First, click "Get Started" and enter your inmate's first and last name.
Make sure to check if your inmate's facility is county, state, or federal.
Find your inmate and select from the list of services designed to help you keep in touch.
Finally, you'll need to register an account with Pigeonly, and we'll provide you with your loved one's contact information. (Don't worry, registration is completely free!)
Phone calls with your inmates at Marion County Jail can burn a hole in your wallet if you aren't careful. To make sure you don't spend your savings, Pigeonly assures you the cheapest rates by connecting you through a local carrier in Alabama. Now you can reach your inmates without worrying about limiting your conversation. Get in touch with one of our Inmate Service Specialists for assistance with inmate calls at Marion County Jail.
To receive collect calls from your inmates at Marion County Jail, you need to be on their approved calling list. Calls are monitored by the facility for security reasons, and specific times are provided for inmates to make collect calls to their families.
Contact Marion County Jail to learn about their service provider to set up a prepaid phone account. Or, contact Pigeonly. We can set up your account on your behalf and allow you to start receiving calls from your incarcerated loved ones right away.
To communicate with family, inmates need to register a prepaid calling account with Marion County Jail. Once created, family members of an inmate can deposit money into their account, which they can use to buy commissary and calls to their loved ones. Families may put money on phone calls for inmates online or by contacting one of our Inmate Service Specialists. Contact Marion County Jail for your inmate number to get started.
If you currently use a cell phone or a VoIP phone, you won't be able to accept collect calls from your inmate. To accept collect calls from your inmate's facility, you need to create an account with Marion County Jail or call us. All collect calls must be approved by Marion County Jail. Once approved, Pigeonly can help you communicate with your incarcerated loved ones by setting you up with a forwarding phone number.
Pigeonly does not limit talk time and makes sure you stay connected with your inmates. We provide unlimited calls for your inmates. Get registered in less than an hour and start talking with your inmate. Contact Marion County Jail for your inmate's details and get in touch with us to register for unlimited calls.
You can now send money to your inmates by linking your Global Tel Link account with your inmate's account at Marion County Jail. Contact the facility for your inmate number and a list of commissary items that you are allowed to send. For setting up a prepaid calling account, get in touch with our Inmate Service Specialist at 1.800.323.9895. Contact Marion County Jail for your inmate details to complete the registration process.
Marion County Jail understands that sometimes it will be difficult for you to connect with your inmate through calls. That is why text and mailing services are provided to inmate family members through Corrlinks. To add your inmates and begin communicating with them, contact Corrlinks and ask about the offers for the families of the inmates. If you need any help getting setup with this process, reach out to Pigeonly's Service Specialists at 1.800.323.9895.
Connecting and communicating with your inmate can be challenging at times. That is why many companies provide phone cards to inmates to make calls to their friends and family. Phone cards may be purchasable at Marion County Jail by family members of inmates at an affordable cost. You can control your inmate's calling costs by planning a monthly phone bill budget. Reach out to Marion County Jail for details about your inmate and visit the website to purchase a phone card for them to keep the conversation going.
Prepaid calls from Marion County Jail are hosted by Pigeonly to ensure you don't miss a call from your inmate. To know more about Global Tel Link, the Global Tel Link app, the jail phone system, or how to add money for jail calls at Marion County Jail, contact us with the following information: Phone Number: 1.800.323.9895 Email: email@example.com We believe in helping our customers navigate this difficult time. Feel free to reach out to us if you prefer to speak to one of our specialists or for any clarification.
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