Orange has launched a new rate for children between 10 and 14 years old. Among other features, Turks and Caicos Islands Email List it includes a parental control service. The French telephone company Orange has created a special rate for children between 10 and 14 years old. The new rate will be available from next Monday, Turks and Caicos Islands Email List June 11, as Orange has announced through a statement. Orange Kids , the name that the company has given to this rate, Turks and Caicos Islands Email List will be priced at 8.95 euros per month and includes a 700 MB data voucher and unlimited calls between family members.
For 5.95 euros more, Turks and Caicos Islands Email List Orange gives the possibility of expanding the data voucher up to 1.7 GB. In addition to these features, Orange’s child rate includes the Kids Ready tool and a parental supervision service . The first one gives parents or guardians the possibility to Turks and Caicos Islands Email List “know at any time where their children are and receive notifications when they arrive home or other predefined places.” With the second service, parents can make their children use their mobile device safely and responsibly , Turks and Caicos Islands Email List as this option allows them to filter inappropriate content and even choose a time for children to use the mobile.
This function is controlled from an Gambling Email List app that does not consume data and that parents can install on their smartphones. Finally, Turks and Caicos Islands Email List with this rate, parents can buy a mobile, tablet or PC appropriate to the age of their children . Among other models, Orange offers the LG K4 smartphone for 2.5 euros per month and a 500 MB data voucher as a gift. Turks and Caicos Islands Email List From Orange they have expressed that this new rate «reinforces the focus that the company has on the responsible use of visible technology in its # PorUnUsoLoveDeLaTecnología campaign , Turks and Caicos Islands Email List with which the company wants to educate children, youth and adults about the need for safe use and responsible for new technologies