Sprint Family Locator is a location-based service that uses Sprint’s state-of-the-art GPS technology to enable a parent to use a phone or PC to locate a child’s phone on a map. Locate up to four phones for $5.99/month.
Sprint Mobile Controls allows parents to see rich graphical representations of how their family calls, texts and uses applications, as well as lock phones remotely at specific times. Sprint Mobile Controls is available on many Sprint smartphones for $4.99 per month per line and includes a
15-day free trial.
Sprint Drive First is a free application that automatically locks a mobile phone when a car is moving more than 10 mph, disabling phone functionality, directing incoming calls to voice mail and silencing distracting alerts for emails and text messages.
Sprint WeGo is an affordable first phone for kids that features easy-to-use technology. Sprint WeGo offers numerous safety features that gives parents peace of mind while teaching kids responsibility - all at just $15/month.
Manage, monitor and protect your family’s wireless experience. Sprint Guardian is a suite of our most popular safety and security services. It is ideal for families who want safety, security and control of their wireless experience. It includes: Sprint Family Locator, Sprint Mobile Controls and Sprint Drive First.
My Sprint account controls put you in command. Give wireless freedom to those you love while keeping them safe and avoiding surprising monthly bills. And get peace of mind when it comes to wireless safety – at no additional cost.
NCMEC’s NetSmartz program offers free, multimedia Internet safety presentations tailored for specific audiences — parents and communities, tweens, teens, and younger children.
Cyberbullying. Sexting. Social Networking. NetSmartz Workshop introduces you to these and other important Internet safety topics through tip sheets for children and their trusted adults.
Download free resources including posters, handouts, safety pledges, and activity cards available for different age groups from the NetSmartz Workshop and learn how they fit into current educational standards.
Created by the Family Online Safety Institute, the Good Digital Parenting initiative empowers parents to confidently navigate the online world with their kids.
Download this guide created by Connect Safely to help you decide when your child is ready for a smartphone, how to talk to your child about issues of privacy and security, and what you need to know about apps and parental controls.
CTIA-The Wireless Association® and The Wireless Foundation created this online resource in an effort to provide parents the tools and information they need to help educate themselves and their kids to use wireless technology responsibly.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of America, in partnership with Sprint, has assembled a CyberTribe of expert teens — to answer your questions on on the issues facing kids online.
Cyberbullying. Sexting. Social Networking. NetSmartz Workshop introduces you to these and other important Internet safety topics for children and their trusted adults.