If you have made the decision to let your child have their own phone, you might be facing the task of figuring out what kind of plan would be best for their needs.
It’s no secret that when it comes to money (in particular, their parent’s money) kids don’t always make the smartest decisions, which is why it’s so important to make the right choice concerning a potentially costly investment such as a phone - especially if you’ll be footing the bill.
I can check on bus schedules, pull up Google Maps if I’m lost, get help in an emergency, and much more.
If you have a cell phone plan with a major carrier in the US, you can usually continue to use your phone while traveling overseas. While this is extremely convenient, it can be ASTRONOMICALLY expensive.
We’ve come up with some tips for finding a plan that best suits the needs of your child (and your wallet), and offered a few suggestions to help you narrow it down.
Some carriers offer multi-line plans - or 'family plans' - to help parents monitor and control their children's cell phone use.
Maybe you're forgetful and just want to keep a record of your phone calls for later review.Cookies are small files stored on your computer and are commonly "handed out" when you visit most modern web sites.Generally, cookies provide the ability to enhance the user's experience and enable advanced web site functionality.These plans allow parents to add additional lines to their own plan for a set fee per phone, and often sharing from a single pool of data for all family members.T-Mobile's Simple Choice family plans include unlimited talk and text and unlimited 2G data for all devices connected, and customers can link up to five devices to their account.While you do get unlimited data, plan pricing varies as to how much high-speed data you want to include in your plan, although the carrier frequently offers special four-line Family Plan deals - for example, the November 2015 Family Match promotion.