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Honestly, the best cell phone for kids is one they use responsibly and respectfully, in accordance with the guidelines you've discussed. But, kids being kids -- and the rapid pace of technology -- make this ideal hard to achieve.

That's where devices specifically designed for kids can make boundary-setting easier, because they have limited options.

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Perhaps you could look into an i Pod or Tablet instead of a phone at all?

And i Pod worked especially well for my family -- the oldest generation they were selling was affordable and hooked up to the internet, so I could text my mom from school about me walking home, and if you have an i Phone, you can make "Face Time Audio Calls" -- essentially just a phone call, but minus the extra to pay for the service, lol.

I use an ipod that I got when I was in the seventh grade. Children will need a phone eventually but if they don't have a good reason why they want and/or need one, does your kid really need a phone then?

I think that if your child is asking for Internet access not a phone, then look into getting them a tablet or an ipod because they would have Internet access without the monthly bill of a phone. I'd definitely recommend getting your child a phone between age 12 and the beginning of high school.

Take a look at the Kurio phone, the Kajeet service, the Just5, or the Trac Fone, which can't download apps. My personal take on this is that if children have a decent reason on why they should get a phone and you have a trusting relationship with your child, then look into getting them a phone.

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