In the twisted world of prison communications, voicemail is an innovation
A new messaging service, Corrio, wants to drive down costs of quick messages between inmates and their loved ones.
Prison Policy Init.
"To listen to a voicemail in prison in Zavala County, Texas, where phones are operated by the prison communications giant Securus, you might have to pay as much as nearly $8 for one message, after adding up all the fees."
Last week I wrote about a new company that is trying to maybe not disrupt, but innovate the notoriously exploitative prison communications industry