Sprint WeGo Phone for Kids with parental control and location tracking

Good news for parent who want to keep a close watch their children. Sprint has recently unveiled a new safety-focused handset, the Sprint WeGo. It’s aimed to make sure your kids are safe and always within reach. Most important, the device is an affordable price compare than its functionality and features.

The Sprint WeGo has a super-simple design and specifications, which is designed for kids from 5 to 12 year old. As seen its pictures, the WeGo has only one button on the front that used for making calls. On the side, there are volume button and also function as scrolling up or down for the LCD screen including a list of people your child may contact.


The phone can also automatically activate its microphone and camera, when you call the child back. That’s happen if your child pull a ring on a string (and the phone sounds an alarm as well as immediately sends you a text). Moreover, the 911 emergency service can easily access by phone.

Sprint WeGo Phone for Kids is able to store 20 contacts. Parents can configure the phone’s contact that allows call or message, and more. It’s including determine the phone in silent mode during your child’s school hours or late at night. Mom and Dad are capable to access a web portal to track his/her location, even sends his/her parent a text when he/she arrives at school or at home. So it’s combining the parental controls and location tracking.


The WeGo kid-friendly phone is currently available for cost $120 with monthly service of $9.99. Buyers will get 1,000 voice minutes and 1,000 text messages per month. The carrier is also offer the WeGo for $0 down with 24 monthly payments of $5.

Press Release
Sprint WeGo Brings Connectivity to Children and Peace of Mind to Parents
Easy-to-use mobile phone offers calling and texting with numerous safety features including controlled contacts, GPS tracking services and panic alarm at low price


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