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Prisoners Sending E-Cards Actually Makes A Lot Of Sense

Prisoners Sending E-Cards Actually Makes A Lot Of Sense

Jan 16, 2015 | 75 Comments

Thought e-cards were a thing of the past? Think again. Filling a void found in many prisons, JPay has made digital greeting cards “en vogue” again. Pick a design, customize a message, attach to an email –and you’ve got instantaneous communication versus traditional mail. For about 35 cents each, less than the cost of an […]

JPay Email Takes Flight

Aug 12, 2013 | 188 Comments

In June we released a major update the JPay Mobile app for Android, and today we are proud to announce that we are entering the beta test phase of the iPhone version! If you would like to try out JPay Mobile for iPhones—with an updated look and email functionality—we are looking for testers to give […]

Video Visitation Contest WINNERS!

May 31, 2013 | 129 Comments

Congratulations to the three winners of the JPay Video Visitation essay contest: Derrick Simmons, Jeffery Greenwell, and Jeanne Slattery! We received over 200 entries, and all of them were great!  Choosing the best three essays from this pool was a difficult but thoroughly enjoyable task.  We learned that Video Visitation means something a bit different […]

JPay Goes Mobile!

JPay Goes Mobile!

May 29, 2013 | 101 Comments

Actually, we’ve been mobile for the past few months, but last night our new app just hit the Google Play Store and is ready for our customers to test it out before it goes live to the public. In addition to our fresh new look, we’ve added the ability to create and manage your account. […]

The Problem of Cells in Cells

The Problem of Cells in Cells

Apr 4, 2013 | 147 Comments

Contraband mobile phones present challenges – and danger – to Indiana prisons WISH-TV in Indianapolis recently aired an in-depth news segment on the proliferation of cell phones in Indiana state prisons. The piece quotes prison officials as saying that cell phones are the most dangerous piece of contraband in the corrections centers, largely because they […]