When should a kid get their first smartphone?
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What age do you think is appropriate for a first smartphone? Ting customers respond.
As a parent, it’s tough to decide when your child should get their first smartphone. You may want them to have the option to contact you in the case of an emergency (and vice versa), or prefer to wait until they’re old enough to pay for their own phone.
Whatever you decide, Ting is a great choice for families because each phone line costs just $6 a month plus texts, talk minutes and data shared across all devices under one account. Ting’s account tools give you complete control over your child’s phone. You can set limits and alerts on what they use so you’ll never be caught by surprise.
We decided to ask Ting customers what they think is a suitable age to give a child their first smartphone, and received some great responses. Take a look below!
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What age do you think is appropriate for your child’s first smartphone? Let us know in the comments below.
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