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This "safe and smart" cell phone checklist will help you navigate the process of buying your child’s first mobile phone, from choosing a device to learning about safety features to setting the rules for use. Excerpted from the Family Guide to Mobile Safety, sponsored by AT&T.
Number of Downloads: 190  | Created on: 01/11/2013
Apps are supposed to make your life easier and more fun, but the number of apps can be overwhelming and costly, and not all are child-appropriate. Here are some tips to consider when choosing apps for your child’s smartphone, excerpted from the Family Guide to Mobile Safety, sponsored by AT&T.
Number of Downloads: 75  | Created on: 01/11/2013
Texting can be an easy and quick way to communicate with your child, but careless texting can result in hurt feelings and damaged reputations. Use these discussion guidelines when talking with your child about texting. Excerpted from the Family Guide to Mobile Safety, sponsored by AT&T.
Number of Downloads: 64  | Created on: 01/11/2013
Use this agreement as an opportunity to talk about how your family uses mobile technology. It’s designed to help parents establish guidelines and expectations so that kids and parents can get on the same page about mobile safety and responsibility. Excerpted from the Family Guide to Mobile Safety, sponsored by AT&T.
Number of Downloads: 117  | Created on: 01/11/2013
No matter what type of cell phone you choose for your child, it’s important to establish rules and consequences. Excerpted from the Family Guide to Mobile Safety, sponsored by AT&T.
Number of Downloads: 128  | Created on: 01/11/2013

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