Should your child have its first mobile? We’ve gathered advice for parents who are trying to navigate the jungle of subscriptions.
When the children should have their first mobile phone, is there enough to think about for fældrene: How we avoid the Bill get out of hand? How do we avoid expensive costs if your phone breaks? There must be data in the subscription? … the list of questions is infinitely long.
In the past, we have asked our readers: “Which mobile subscription to Laura at 8 years have?”
Here we have gathered some of the readers’ comments and gives advice that may help confused parents a little on the right path.
Free speech or loft?
Have the child only needs very little speaking time, can the solution be a prepaid card. Here it is important to be aware that if you do not have automatic replenishment, the child may be in a situation where we can’t call up, because there is no more money on the account.
Choose a fixed subscription with 2-hour speech, for example, would it be a good idea to examine what the price is for calls beyond the hours that are included in the subscription. Is your child by talkative nature, even a price of 70 cents/min. quickly run up.
Data or no data?
Children must have access to the data, so they can go on the Internet? Is it enough that they simply can call and send text messages? – It is a matter of taste for the parents, but if the child must be able to use the chat apps like Viber, Snap chat Line, Facebook or the like, is it necessary with data.
Some parents believe it is abundant, that kids can get on the net when they are at home or at school, where many sites are access to data via WiFi.
If you are in doubt as to how much data your child is going to use, you may want to start with a small subscription and subsequent screw up a little for the amount of data.
If you choose a subscription with data, you should choose an overuse are not penalised with high tariffs, but instead “punishes” the child with slow speed. Ask at the telecommunications provider, what happens if one uses more data than there is in the subscription.
You should also consider:
- Mobile insurance – covering if the phone will be destroyed – with some companies can insurance be purchased, but remember to check the insurance conditions and possible excess.
- The ability to control which Web sites your child can access.
- If there is reassuring coverage in the area where the baby primarily needs to move.
- Start low – choose a cheap subscription, and keep an eye on how much voice and data the child genuinely needs.
- Choose a cheap mobile, where annoyance is not as great if the lost is being damaged.
- Blocking of content rate SMS services
- Set password on, for example, iTunes and Google Play, so the children do not buy expensive apps and content – it can quickly become very expensive.
- Beat track rings tools such as “Find My iPhone” so you can find a lost phone, or trace baby, if you think it is necessary.
If you have additional considerations you think is relevant to other parents, please feel free to post a comment below the article.
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