and she said she would most definitely. Her kids are 7 & 9, mine 12 & 16. My DD is taking driver's ed right now, & can get her license in 4 months or so. My SIL says that it's just another tool to make sure you know where they are, and if something happens to them, it's that much easier to find/help them. I don't really know the details of how it works...if you have to look on a computer to see the location or what. I'm thinking she might be right on this, but wonder if anyone has or does use this tool with their child, and do they know you are using it? Thoughts?Answer Question
Answer by lovinangels at 11:03 AM on Jul. 18, 2010
Answer by paige8608 at 11:04 AM on Jul. 18, 2010
I would do it. I wish I could put a chip in my grandson. He has multiple allergies and it would be so much safer if people could have chipd with their medical records. They make them, they are like the ones used for pets. They can have gps. The religious wackos are blocking the use of them because they say they are the work of the devil. I can't believe that life saving technology is being stopped by christian religious wackos.
Answer by Gailll at 11:04 AM on Jul. 18, 2010
Yes, I have it on my 8 y/o phone, no she doesn't know it. You can program in their boundaries on the website and get a text message anytime they go outside the preset area. So if she is walking home from school and decides to take a detour to a friends house, I get a message. I would put it on my 14 y/o phone - but he doesn't have one because he can't follow our rules on anything so he gets no privileges. It is not on the 19 y/o since she lives on her own. However it would have been when she lived in our house. It costs $17 extra per line per month thru ATT. If she knew it was on her phone, she might not take it with her if she decided to go somewhere she didn't have permission to be, so for us it's just extra assurance that she's where she says she is. Some people may think it shows a lack of trust in your children, I think it just makes good sense to protect them any way we can.
Answer by greenergypsy at 11:13 AM on Jul. 18, 2010
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Answer by tracylynnr67 at 3:58 PM on Jul. 18, 2010
If your child has the iphone their is a an application that u can download or if u have at&t they have a device u can have put on your child's phone i have the application put on my daughters phone and i can monitor her phone calls to see when she is text and talking to her friends. I dont think its spying just think its a dangerous world for kids nowadays, That's just my opinion.
Answer by loveit24 at 3:05 PM on Jul. 19, 2010
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