In Case of Emergency

August 13, 2009

by Carol Politi

Originally developed by first responders in the UK, In Case of Emergency – ICE – is a system whereby people program their cell phones with “In Case of Emergency” contact information that first responders (and others) can use.   A great article on this was published recently in the Cookeville Times – “Cell Phones Keep Kids Safe“.

Back to school is a great time to program your child’s phone with ICE contacts.  In the “name” field on the contact list in the phone, enter ICE plus the name of the person (ICE Mom, ICE Dad, ICE Grandma, etc.).  Come to think of it – perhaps we should all program our phones with ICE contacts!

2 Responses to “In Case of Emergency”

  1. kayla Says:

    i love kajeet very much, but would really like it better if you had internet access packages. thank you.

  2. Carol Politi Says:

    Thanks for your feedback & stay tuned! We will be releasing more internet services (with the ability to restrict access) for those parents and kids interested in more data.

    Carol


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