Telmate’s New Patent will Determine Call Rates per Location

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In compliance with recent federal initiatives to reduce the cost of long-distance inmate calling rates, Telmate announced today the issuance of a new patent that will better and more accurately reflect calling rates.

The new patent will more accurately reflect calling rates when friends and families connect with incarcerated loved ones.

The patent is the first of its kind, according to Chief Marketing Officer Jeff Hansen. "The new system will enhance the accuracy of inmate call charges" Hansen says, "rates will be based on more than just a caller’s area code."

In compliance with recent federal initiatives to reduce the cost of long-distance inmate calling rates, Telmate announced today the issuance of a new patent that will better and more accurately reflect calling rates.

The new patent known as “Residence-Based Calling Rates, System and Method” (U.S. Patent No. 8,811,582) is the first of its kind, according to Chief Marketing Officer Jeff Hansen. "The new system will enhance the accuracy of inmate call charges" Hansen says, "rates will be based on more than just a caller’s area code."

The new patent will be based on two main methods: the destination number and the best-known address of the called party. Once both rates are determined, one of the rates is selected for call rating.

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