Millicorp, Parent Company of ConsCallHome.com, Takes Action Against Securus in Miami Federal Court

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ConsCallHome.com, a subsidiary of Millicorp, announced today Millicorp has filed a law suit against prison phone providers Global Tel*Link Corporation; Securus Technologies; T-Netix Telecommunications Services and Evercom Systems including Correctional Billing Service (CBS) a subsidiary of Evercom.

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The prison telephone providers are, as our lawsuit explains, simply put, not only inappropriately blocking these calls but they are also taking outrageous advantage of this targeted group of people with their monopolistic practices.

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ConsCallHome.com, a subsidiary of Millicorp, announced today Millicorp has filed a law suit against prison phone providers Global Tel*Link Corporation; Securus Technologies; T-Netix Telecommunications Services and Evercom Systems including Correctional Billing Service (CBS) a subsidiary of Evercom (United States District Court Southern District of Florida - Case No. 1: 09-cv-23093DLG).

Millicorp is a nationwide interconnected voice over internet protocol (VOIP) provider that is registered with the Federal Communications Commission (FRN 0018930511). Millicorp provides a range of VOIP services for small/medium-sized businesses as well as its most successful offering and the subject of this Complaint; a VOIP service designed to serve the needs of friends and families of inmates, known as ConsCallHome.com. Through this service, Millicorp offers friends and families of inmates a legitimate, secure and technologically advanced solution to Securus' and GTL's much higher long distance rates.

"What we are trying to do is provide a cost effective solution for family members whose loved ones are incarcerated. Paying upwards of $20 for a 15 minute phone call is a burden that our customers just cannot afford," says Timothy Meade, President of Millicorp. "The prison telephone providers are, as our lawsuit explains, simply put, not only inappropriately blocking these calls but they are also taking outrageous advantage of this targeted group of people with their monopolistic practices."

Millicorp filed the law suit against the aforementioned parties in an action for damages arising out of their alleged violations of the Communications Act of 1934 and the Telecommunications Act of 1996, as amended, 47 U.S.C &201 et. Seq., for common law tortious interference and for civil conspiracy to commit tortious interference, including the inappropriate blocking of calls. This is also an action for declaratory and injunctive relief under various state Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act / Consumer Protection Acts.

For information about Millicorp or ConsCallHome.com, visit http://www.millicorp.com or http://www.ConsCallHome.com

Press Contact:

Donovan Osborne
Millicorp, Director of Communications
239-443-5882

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