Verizon Launches Kiddie Tracker Service

Verizon Launches Kiddie Tracker Service

Summer's here so why not only give your kid a mobile phone to stay in touch from the pool or down on the beach, but track the little monster as well? Verizon has launched it's own kid-phone with tracking functions, and a location services with it, which it is calling Chaperone.

The Chaperone service comes with an LG Migo, and is available with two different plans: a $9.99 a month tariff (on top of service) that allows you to see where Junior is breaking and entering via PC software, and a $19.99 a month plan through which you can get alerts when he grabs a ride with a friend and leaves a defined area. It can also be applied to a special version of the Moto RAZR.

| June 12th, 2006 | Posted in Location Based Services |

5 Responses to “Verizon Launches Kiddie Tracker Service”

  1. Norman Says:

    great idea, wish it was on all phones

  2. Wes Jackson Says:

    Great idea, Love it!

  3. Typo3 Agentur Bayreuth Says:

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  5. Kenny Farber Says:

    Verizon? Hey ya\’ll. My sister got this email last Tuesday about this company needing beta testers for a secret new item coming out spring of 2012. Well I clicked the link and put in my info. 24 hours later I got an message back. Guess what the item was… an iPhone 5 !!! I am so damn excited I get to test and keep a new iPhone5. I thought I\’d share the link with you too… http://bit.lyiphone5tester You may want to hurry because they only needed 41 more individuals left for this project.

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