Wyoming State Prisons
Inmate Phone Calls


Wyoming Department of Corrections:
Telephone Calls

Prison Phone Provider

Prison Phone Provider for setting up prepaid accounts:
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Are you paying more than $1.55 per 15-minute call for calls from an inmate in a Wyoming State Prison? 

If your answer to this question is "Yes," a SaveOnPrisonCalls local phone number can help you reduce the cost of the calls from Wyoming state prisons. Learn more about our local phone number service by reviewing our How It Works page.


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.

Local calls: $1.55 per 15-minute call
In-state long distance calls: $2.90 per 15-minute call
Out of state long distance calls: $3.00 per 15-minute call

How Much Will I Save?

To save on the cost of prepaid calls from Wyoming State Prisons, you will need a local number. Having a local number for the inmate to call will save up to $1.35 per 15-minute call. 

All numbers provided are verified and guaranteed to be a local call from the prison.

How It Works

Step 1: Sign up for a local number. The local number will be set to ring to your home phone or cell phone. Your home or cell phone number will not change.

Step 2: Give the inmate the new phone number.  The inmate will be required to add the new number to their list of approved numbers.

Step 3: Contact the phone provider for the institution and set up a prepaid or advance pay account for the new number. Some phone providers require a separate prepaid account for each phone number. A prepaid account is only necessary if the inmate cannot purchase phone credits from their commissary account (telephone debit account).

Step 4: Start talking for less!


General Information

Excerpt from the Wyoming DOC website: 
Inmate Telephone Access


A. General Policy. The Wyoming Department of Corrections recognizes that frequent and meaningful communications between inmates and family members is important to successful social reintegration of formerly incarcerated individuals and that the telephone is a primary method by which inmates maintain contact with family members and other loved ones. It is, therefore, the policy of the Wyoming Department of Corrections to allow inmates to make telephone calls to pre-approved individuals in accordance with the procedures outlined in this policy and procedure. Except as otherwise indicated by this policy, such calls shall be made at no cost to the State of Wyoming.

B. Policy Regarding Inmate Telephone Contracts. It is the policy of the Wyoming Department of Corrections to ensure that offenders have access to reasonably priced telephone services. (ACA 4-4497-1)

1. Contracts involving telephone services for offenders shall comply with all applicable state and federal regulations.

2. When procuring and renewing telephone services, WDOC shall inquire into the reasons for proposed deviations from standard charges and seek the best possible rates for the broadest possible range of calling options.

3. All proceeds, if any, received by WDOC as a result of the inmate telephone services contract shall be deposited to the Departmental Assistance fund and shall be used to offset inmate operational costs, such as television cabling, inmate personal property storage containers and recreational equipment and supplies.


A. Approved Calling List

1. During intake and processing, or as soon thereafter as possible, each inmate will be given the opportunity to request approval of up to fifteen (15) telephone numbers to be entered into the automated telephone system as his/her approved calling list. The approved calling list may not exceed fifteen (15) telephone numbers at any time.

i. Each institution shall maintain on-line or in the administration area telephone directories from each of the major cities in Wyoming for access by staff.

ii. Inmates completing or updating approved calling lists may request information from published telephone directories for the published telephone listings of people they wish to include on their calling lists by submitting a written request directed to their assigned case manager or designated intake processing staff.

iii. Inmates desiring information on service providers or other community contacts needed in the development of parole or release/reentry/transition plans may also request that information using a written request directed to their assigned case manager.

2. Requests to establish an approved calling list must be made using the approved WDOC Form #507, Inmate Calling List Request Form.

i. Inmates are encouraged to at least include immediate family members, emergency contacts, and other persons with whom they have substantial relationships, in their calling list request.

a. Names and telephone numbers already registered on other inmates’ calling lists shall be subject to additional security screening prior to consideration for approval.

b. All requested names and telephone numbers are subject to screening and approval or denial.

c. Inmates may only receive cashier’s checks and money orders for deposit to their inmate trust account from individuals who are listed on their approved personal visitation list and/or approved telephone list.

d. Inmates may appeal denials using the inmate communications and grievance system.

ii. Attorneys listed on the inmate’s phone request form will not be counted against the maximum number of fifteen (15) telephone numbers on the inmate’s approved calling list. However, listing of such numbers on the inmate phone request form may assist staff in verifying the attorney’s business number and registering it with the automated inmate telephone system for subsequent legal call purposes.

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Wyoming State Penitentiary

Wyoming Women's Center

Wyoming Medium Correctional Institution

Wyoming Honor Farm

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