Tuesday, June 25, 2013

U.S. Cellular Protector Series

Well, it is officially summer and school is out. How to keep track and manage your family's long summer days (and nights)?  U.S. Cellular has developed the Protector Series for your smartphone.  You can scan downloaded apps like the Family Protector App to set phone limits on your kids cellphones.  Has anyone in your family ever lost their phone?  You can locate that phone that they left at their friends house.  From Device Protection to Mobile Data Security, Privacy Protector and Overage Protection, the U.S. Cellular Protector Series has you covered.

The Family Protector app lets you monitor your children's location and phone usage.  You can check call history, texts and photos, as well as alerts so you know they are safe with their mobile device.   You can block or restrict certain websites or phone numbers.  It can give you peace of mind that they are where they say they are.

Enjoying Better Moments through the use of technology is what U.S. Cellular helps us do.  Families are over the country are using smartphones and other devices like tablets to make their lives more efficient, meaningful and easier, while at home or on-the-go.  I really enjoy my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet which has made my life easier. I like to check my favorite websites and email while waiting for my daughter's van that brings her home from a day program for special needs individuals.

My 13 year old son uses his phone to make plans with friends to hang out at the local pool, and to keep in touch with me.  I didn't have a cell phone until I was in my late 20's with the 1st of my 2 kids.  So, my son knows it's a privilege to use a cell phone and I trust him with it.  Please let me know in the comments section below what rules/agreements and limits you have in place for your kids cell phone usage.  I'd like to hear them.

Disclosure:  As a member of the U.S. Cellular Blogger Brigade, I have been compensated for my post.  All opinions expressed are my own.  I received product information from U.S. Cellular.

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