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FCC votes to cap 'predatory' inmate phone rates The Hill-Oct 22, 2015 The FCC also implemented new rules it said would “discourage” advance ... Most inmates' calling rates will drop to 11 cents per minute,
Longview-based NCIC sees growth as FCC moves on inmate phone ... Longview News-Journal-Nov 8, 2015 A vote last month by the Federal Communications Commission came two years after the federal agency first voted to restrict rates on inmate ...
Top Stories
01/27/2015 - NCIC files response Response to Implementation of the Pay Telephone Reclassification and Compensation Provisions of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 et al. 01/21/2015 - NCIC meets with FCC NCIC recommends the FCC take further action on  ancillary fees. Longview News-Journal-Oct 11, 2014 Business Beat: NCIC plans downtown expansion PR Web (press release)-Nov 11, 2014 NCIC Prevails At Fed. Circ. In Collect-Call Patent Case DALLAS, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire Securus Technologies, Inc. and NCIC Inmate Phone Service Strike a Strategic Patent Licensing Agreement PR Web (press release)-Jan 5, 2010 NCIC Inmate Telephone Introduces Off-Site Storage for Inmate Call Recordings PR Web (press release)-Dec 2, 2008 NCIC Inmate Telephone Services Announces $2.85 Million In Funding From Texas Bank & Trust Corrections.com-Jun 2, 2008 NCIC Inmate Telephone Services announces international collect calling PR Web (press release)-May 7, 2008 Collect Calling to Cell Phones Now Possible with NCIC PR Web (press release)-May 9, 2008 NCIC Inmate Telephone Next Generation System September 1, 1999 NCIC introduces new Prepaid Calling Card Program for wholesale and retail services September 30, 1999 NCIC rolls out it's new payphone referral program August 1, 1999 NCIC completed it's new internet call reporting website today December 22, 1997 Collect calls via the internet. November 11, 1997 NCIC and International Calling Services celebrated with a joint ribbon cutting October 30, 1997 Network Communications International Corporation establishes Internet presence.
“I’LL GIVE YOU A 99% INMATE PHONE COMMISSION!”
NCIC’s integrity shelters its customers from the major     overhaul of the Inmate Telecom Industry by the FCC.
Unlike other providers, NCIC customers can be assured that our conservative approach means we will continue to offer competitive commissions. This is the main advantage of working with a transparent company. Our belief is that fair treatment of your inmates and their families goes further in reducing complaints and actually increasing your revenue. Contact us today so we can explain how the FCC ruling doesn’t have to be the end of the game for much needed funds.
Here is a summary of the FCC mandated rates and fees set to go into effect in early 2016: 0-350 ...........$0.22 per minute  350-999........$0.16 per minute 1000..............$0.14 per minute State/Fed.....$0.11per minute Funding fees will be capped: $3.00 for Automated IVR or Web payments $5.95 for Live Agent Transactions
  Friends & Family
FCC votes to cap 'predatory' inmate phone rates The Hill-Oct 22, 2015 The FCC also implemented new rules it said would “discourage” advance ... Most inmates' calling rates will drop to 11 cents per minute,
Longview-based NCIC sees growth as FCC moves on inmate phone ... Longview News-Journal-Nov 8, 2015 A vote last month by the Federal Communications Commission came two years after the federal agency first voted to restrict rates on inmate ...
Top Stories
01/27/2015 - NCIC files response Response to Implementation of the Pay Telephone Reclassification and Compensation Provisions of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 et al. 01/21/2015 - NCIC meets with FCC NCIC recommends the FCC take further action on  ancillary fees. Longview News-Journal-Oct 11, 2014 Business Beat: NCIC plans downtown expansion PR Web (press release)-Nov 11, 2014 NCIC Prevails At Fed. Circ. In Collect-Call Patent Case DALLAS, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire Securus Technologies, Inc. and NCIC Inmate Phone Service Strike a Strategic Patent Licensing Agreement PR Web (press release)-Jan 5, 2010 NCIC Inmate Telephone Introduces Off-Site Storage for Inmate Call Recordings PR Web (press release)-Dec 2, 2008 NCIC Inmate Telephone Services Announces $2.85 Million In Funding From Texas Bank & Trust Corrections.com-Jun 2, 2008 NCIC Inmate Telephone Services announces international collect calling PR Web (press release)-May 7, 2008 Collect Calling to Cell Phones Now Possible with NCIC PR Web (press release)-May 9, 2008 NCIC Inmate Telephone Next Generation System September 1, 1999 NCIC introduces new Prepaid Calling Card Program for wholesale and retail services September 30, 1999 NCIC rolls out it's new payphone referral program August 1, 1999 NCIC completed it's new internet call reporting website today December 22, 1997 Collect calls via the internet. November 11, 1997 NCIC and International Calling Services celebrated with a joint ribbon cutting October 30, 1997 Network Communications International Corporation establishes Internet presence.
“I’LL GIVE YOU A 99% INMATE PHONE COMMISSION!”
NCIC’s integrity shelters its customers from the  major    overhaul of the Inmate Telecom Industry  by the FCC.
Unlike other providers, NCIC customers can be assured that our conservative approach means we will continue to offer competitive commissions. This is the main advantage of working with a transparent company. Our belief is that fair treatment of your inmates and their families goes further in reducing complaints and actually increasing your revenue. Contact us today so we can explain how the FCC ruling doesn’t have to be the end of the game for much needed funds.
Here is a summary of the FCC mandated rates and fees set to go into effect in early 2016: 0-350 ...........$0.22 per minute  350-999........$0.16 per minute 1000..............$0.14 per minute State/Fed.....$0.11per minute Funding fees will be capped: $3.00 for Automated IVR or Web payments $5.95 for Live Agent Transactions