Inmates with PIN Debit prepaid phone accounts can pay for their own phone calls, and call any phone numbers allowed by their facility. Many facilities allow friends and family to make deposits directly into the inmate’s PIN Debit account. Inmates can also fund this phone account from their commissary/trust account.
Unused funds in a PIN Debit account are refunded upon release, but otherwise cannot be used for any other purpose than paying for phone calls.
- Offers the ability for inmates to reach those friends or family members who may not be able to pay for calls.
- Multiple convenient ways for friends and family members to make deposits.
- Limits use of funds by inmates to just phone calls.
How It Works
To fund an inmate’s PIN Debit account, you’ll first need to create a ConnectNetwork account. During that process, you’ll be asked to select a facility and add an inmate for whom you wish to make a deposit. Once you have set this up, you’ll be able to begin making deposits. Please remember that money deposited becomes the inmate’s property.
What It Costs
Deposit fees and amounts vary by correctional facility and can be found within your ConnectNetwork account. PIN Debit call prices vary by correctional facility, but are generally less expensive than other types of inmate calls.
Ways To Pay
While using this website is the easiest and fastest way to make a PIN Debit deposit, there are several different payment options available.
Ready To Get Started?
Step 1: Check PIN Debit service availability at a facility.
Step 2: Sign in or create an account to make a deposit.