November 22, 2011
This holiday season, there’s one gift that every kid is sure to ask his or her parents about: a cell phone! But before parents embark on their holiday shopping, they’re looking closely at what features are provided by various cell phone services.
The San Luis Obispo Tribune recently provided a checklist for what’s important when getting your kid a cell phone, including parental controls, a GPS locator and prepaid plans. Kajeet has all of this and more, which is why the Tribune lists it as a top-rated cell phone service for kids! Click here to read the entire story.
September 20, 2011
The buzz is out!
Kajeet was recently featured in an article in the Sacramento Bee that addressed what parents may want to consider before getting their kid his or her first cell phone. Among the many topics discussed were ways parents can manage cell phone use – and how kajeet makes this simple with our free parental controls. Click here to see what else makes kajeet a popular pick for parents!
June 27, 2011
Shine, a website from Yahoo, recently showcased kajeet as favorite cell phone option for teens and tweens.
Among the features highlighted were kajeet’s kid-friendly phones (specifically our popular Samsung Seek), our GPS Phone Locator service, affordable plan prices and free, online parental controls. Check out what else the tech-savvy mom author had to say about kajeet here!
June 24, 2011
Is your kid connected in the classroom?
If not, it likely won’t be long before he or she is. Recent data reveals that more and more schools and libraries expect to implement or expand their use of digital textbooks or wireless devices sooner rather than later. And as technology continues to grow, so does the need for a safe, secure mobile solution in the classroom.
Michael Flood, Vice President, Education Markets of Kajeet for Education, recently shared his views on why mobile should be a top priority with EdNET Insight. A leader in K-12 and higher education technology, Michael explained how the growth of new school, district, state and federal strategies, mobile devices and platforms are causing students, educators and parents to start looking at learning in new ways.
Click here to read more about what Michael believes is ahead for mobile technology and education – and let us know what you think about it!
December 8, 2010
Justin Bieber’s mother apparently canceled the teen pop star’s cell phone service as punishment for an argument the two had while on tour. – AOL Music
Dear Ms. Patricia Bieber,
We just heard the news that you recently cancelled your son’s cell phone service because of an argument between the two of you. As parents ourselves, we applaud you! It is refreshing to see that even world famous teen pop stars need to listen to their mother and not misbehave! Good call with targeting his cell phone too. In today’s technology-focused world, cell phones are a great tool to teach responsibility and consequences. Taking away cell phone service for any teenager is rough on them, as Justin probably discovered. But hey, even with a son as successful and well-behaved as yours, Mom is still the boss!
If you have not previously heard of us, we are kajeet® – the safest cell phone service for kids. In short, we are a flexible and affordable cell phone service, with free unlimited parental controls, that give parents the ability to teach their teens and tweens to use cell phones in a safe, responsible manner. Our parental controls allows caring parents, like yourself, to limit the content their kids can access, determine when the phone may be used, and restrict who can call or text in and out. We feel like our service can really help you because our service makes it easy for you to manage his cell phone use without having to cancel any plan entirely. Specifically, you can set up our parental controls (all online!) to allow only a few important phone numbers from people you trust to reach Justin’s cell phone. This means you can still flex your mom muscle with Justin but still make him available to yourself and his mentor, Usher, at all times. It is always nice to know that your son or daughter is only a phone call away. And we must admit, we don’t want Justin to miss out on the chance to learn new dance moves from Usher!
We thank you for being such a good role-model for caring parents around the world. It is truly inspiring to see you raise Justin so strongly in front of our eyes. We think every parent should learn about our cell phone service and decide on their own whether or not it is right for them. You can view our feature demo here to learn more about us. We wish you and Justin the best of luck in the future.
Your friends at kajeet
November 3, 2010
“Hopefully my status as ‘coolest mom on earth’ will last long enough to get me through her wanting to dye her hair blue.”
When is the best time to buy your child a cell phone? The debate continues to rage on. Cool-gadgets.com, a website dedicated to the ongoing search of finding the coolest gadgets, recently featured kajeet in their children’s gadgets section and believes our cell phone service is perfect for kids, no matter the age of the child. In the write up, kajeet is lauded for our great parental features such as no contract plans, call blocking, TimeManager and GPS. It even goes as far as to say that our service is a win-win for the parent and the child. Sweet! Click here to read the full write up.
October 26, 2010
As a parent, there’s a lot to consider when deciding whether or not to get a cell phone for your kid. What plans are available? Can limits be set on usage? What features, like picture messaging, GPS or web browsing, can be accessed? It’s a tough choice for sure, and kajeet CEO Daniel Neal echoed this in a recent article in the Des Moines Register. The article shared some helpful suggestions that parents may want to consider before investing in a cell phone for their kid. You can check out the article here.
What factors did you think about before getting your kid his or her first cell phone? Let us know what you think!