Which Phone Plan Should You Choose For Your Child?

The days of having our first phone at 15 are over. Today, our children have their first mobile device at the age of 11 on average. We want t...

The days of having our first phone at 15 are over. Today, our children have their first mobile device at the age of 11 on average. We want to be able to reach them, but also protect them from the dangers of the Internet. What are the most suitable packages for children? Is there a plan without Internet?

63% of 6th graders have a phone

It is estimated that currently, 34% of children in CM2 and 63% of pupils in 6th grade have a telephone, around 10-11 years old. This can be explained by two main reasons:

  • parents wish to join their child at any time

  • the society promotes the smartphone

It is sometimes difficult to navigate as a parent because if the telephone has a reassuring side, it also worries. Indeed, the dangers of the Internet are present and we cannot always control the browsing of children. Should I opt for a mobile plan without internet?

Which package for which age?

To help you with your choices, we are going to see which type of package best suits children according to their age.

The youngest: 6 to 9 years old

Having a cell phone at 6 years old may seem incongruous. However, some parents opt for this solution to ensure that their child is safe (leaving school, arriving at extra-curricular activities, etc.).

In this case, it is preferable to opt for a simple package, without internet. With a recharging phone, you are sure not to be able to exceed the basic consumption. In addition, your child will not have access to the web. This type of plan is known as a prepaid card.

Pre-teens: 10 to 13 years old

According to 75% of parents, when entering college, the switch to the smartphone seems indisputable. In this way, you leave more room for maneuver to your child and also more responsibilities. However, to avoid surprises when billing, opt for a blocked plan. Your pre-teen will be able to communicate with his friends and have access to the internet via wifi. It will necessarily have data but you can choose the minimum like 100 MB.

Teens: 14 to 18 years old

At this age, children's requests are more specific: latest smartphone, unlimited plan, etc. The most important thing for you is to reach them, but for them, the priority is to have 5G to navigate everywhere and at any time. Therefore, choose a plan adapted to their consumption so as not to be overcharged.

The telephone is a subject of debate between parents and children, so it is necessary to find the right compromise while ensuring that they are safe.


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Which Phone Plan Should You Choose For Your Child?
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