With more children now accessing the internet and social media than ever before, it is becoming more and more difficult for parents to give their child freedom whilst also keeping an eye on their online activity.
We’ve partnered with ThePhoneCloud, a UK provider of children’s smartphones designed to help parents monitor their child’s online activity and improve their online safety, whilst allowing them to stay connected to their friends.
ThePhoneCloud is offering two lucky readers the chance to win one of its PX1 children's smartphone handsets, complete with a 12-month free subscription to its built-in parental monitoring software.
Aimed at 8-12 year-olds, the PX1 blocks almost 4 million websites that contain violent, sexual or gambling content by default, with more added every week. The handset monitors each WhatsApp or SMS message to inspect for indecent words or images. It alerts parents via text if their child sends or receives inappropriate content and automatically removes it from the child's device as soon as it has been detected.
Operating on Android OS, the PX1 has been designed with the style-conscious kids in mind and unlike other children’s phones which are made from clunky plastic, the PX1 resembles popular devices favoured today, with its sleek, robust design accompanied by a HD quality screen. Other features include 5.5” display, 32GB capacity, 8MP camera, up to 7 hours talk time, music, games and apps. Enter now to win!