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Nevada State Prisons
Inmate Phone Calls

Nevada Department of Corrections:
Telephone Calls

Phone Provider for Nevada State Prisons

ICSolutions is the inmate telephone service provider at the facility where your friend or family member resides. ICSolutions offers you the option to set up one of two account types that enable you to fund (prepay for) calls placed to you by an inmate.

A Prepaid Account enables you to purchase prepaid phone services for receiving phone calls on one specifically designated telephone number (a home phone, cell phone or business phone). The inmate can make calls only to that designated telephone number.

A Debit Telephone Account enables you to purchase prepaid phone services for the inmate. The inmate can then make calls to any telephone numbers that are not restricted by the facility, including your telephone number. 

Friends and family should visit to set up an account.



Call Rates

Phone Call Rates

The cost of the calls is set by the contracted phone provider. In addition to the quoted rate of the call, applicable taxes and fees may apply. Rates subject to change.

Rates for prepaid calls from Nevada state prisons:
Local Calls:  .11 per minute
In-state calls:  .11 per minute
Out-of-state calls:  .11 per minute


General Information

Below you will find general information about the telephone policy at Nevada State Prisons

The NDOC has contracted with CenturyLink to provide calling and account billing services to inmates. Recipients of these calls may include friends, relatives, and attorneys.

CenturyLink's services incorporate The ENFORCER® inmate calling platform and related payment systems provided by Inmate Calling Solutions (ICSolutions). The ENFORCER enables each inmate to place paid telephone calls to up to 20 different phone numbers. To optimize the inmate calling experience, the ENFORCER combines security, fraud control, and regulatory compliance benefits with innovative calling plans and payment options.

Friends or family can fund calling accounts using a direct-dial "voice response" (IVR) number, a web-based portal, or by contacting Customer Support agents. Called parties can make payments directly to an inmate's calling account or take advantage of a Prepaid Collect calling plan to accommodate calls to cell phones or accounts with credit issues.

The following restrictions may be applied by the NDOC to inmate calling:

Limits on length of calls or calling availability hours.
Limits on number of inmate calls or total monthly call minutes.
Call monitoring, recording, and inmate voice validation (in order to place calls).
Blocks on types of phone numbers (such as 800 numbers) or selected phone numbers.
Temporary or permanent denial of phone usage rights based on disciplinary problems, gang affiliations, or requests by a called party.

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