What is GTL used for?

What is GTL used for?

GTL’s feature-rich Inmate Telephone System (ITS) is a turnkey solution that comes complete with all hardware and software, including the telephone network, circuits, monitoring and recording system, call-control system, secure database, telephones, workstations, printers, and associated software.

How do you answer a collect call?

Accepting Collect Calls You’ll receive the call which will then inform you that an inmate from a particular jail is trying to make a collect call to you and will then ask you if you will accept the charges. If you choose to accept the charges, the call will be outlined on your next cell phone bill.

What is the GTL getting out app?

The GettingOut Android mobile app is the easiest way to stay connected with an incarcerated loved one or friend. Now you can post and share photos as well as send messages from your Android device to inmate contacts at select correctional facilities.

How do I contact Global Tel Link?

Contact Global Tel Link customer support at toll-free or accounting/ billing phone number. Call or write an email to resolve Global Tel Link issues: Account, Refund, Payments and Charges. Visit the company website www.gtl.net or help center for more information.

How can I contact Global Tel*Link?

Contact Global Tel Link customer service. You can call Global Tel Link at (888) 222-3081 toll free number, write an email, fill out a contact form on their website www.gtl.net, or write a letter to GTL, 3120 Fairview Park Dr, Suite 300, Falls Church, Virginia, 22042, United States.

What is the phone number for Global Tel?

Once you reach a maximum phone bill amount, you may be at a risk of being blocked from receiving future collect calls from an inmate. In such instances, you can call GTL at 800-483-8314 to sign up for a prepaid calling account and begin receiving calls again.

What is Global Tel?

Global Tel Link Corp., Civil Action No. 1:15-cv-00986 in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. A Settlement was reached with Global Tel*Link (“GTL”). The lawsuit