Share Article has announced the acquisition of competitor The purchase marks the company's first acquisition after slightly more than a year of operation. ("CJC"), a Florida based company, has announced the acquisition of competitor, a Massachusetts company operating since 2009. Vadim Shilman, the founder of, said “For the past 2 years our company made an important contribution by helping hundreds of families. I personally send the new owners all best wishes for great success!”

The sale makes the first acquisition for CJC, which was founded in June 2010. Fresh into it's second year of operation, CJC is proving it's determination of becoming a leader in the prison call industry. Chief Web Officer Steven Finley states, "The company's rapid growth reflects our increasing online presence and the acquisition of will help accelerate this trend. Our focus on a reliable network combined with exceptional customer service have been the pillars of our success. We put an extraordinarily high concentration on customer service, a notoriously disappointing component of our industry, and level our resources by being available by phone, email, and live chat seven days a week. Customers have online account access 24/7.” covers over 8,500 rate centers in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico with plans of offering local numbers for 40 additional countries in 2012. CJC boasts the largest inventory of local numbers giving them the ability to serve a large customer base. Many facilities are built in remote locations and having a large footprint enables to reach all but the most remote facilities, something many of its competitors cannot provide.

In addition to coverage area, is able to quickly provision local numbers and offer immediate activation. By eliminating wait time, the customer is able to talk to their inmate without delay. This proves valuable when an inmate is transferred without notice and a new number is needed to obtain the local rate.

About provides service to state and federal prison inmates, as well as county jail inmates, who wish to reduce the cost of long distance inmate telephone calls to their loved ones. Long distance calls can be expensive for inmates because of the tightly controlled arrangements provided to correctional facilities in contracts with a single provider.

CJC’s issues local numbers to provide inmates with local cost rates. When a call is placed, routes the connection through their digital system to the long distance destination. Since the inmate is now calling locally, rather than long distance, the cost of the call is dramatically reduced.

Cheap Jail Call's robust network is measured monthly at 99.9% reliability. This level of accuracy is backed by live customer support 12 hours a day seven days a week. can be reached at 1.800.526.1170 or on the web @


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