All of the major cell phone carriers offer parental controls of some level, including the ability to set content filters on Web-enabled phones as well as restricting calls and text messages by caller or time of day. Consider features carefully to see which plans match your family’s needs.
AT&T AT&T (formerly Cingular Wireless) offers parental controls called Smart Limits (for its wireless plans) and MEdia Net parental controls for its Media Net plans that offer Web access.
If you're a small business owner who needs the features of a big business phone system with the freedom to receive calls on any phone, anywhere, then virtual phone is the solution you're looking for.
Virtual phone service gives you a single phone number that you can route to the phones of your choice.
And with plans around .00 per month, it might just be your cheapest business expense yet.
If you're a small business owner, your office may be your car one day and your kitchen table the next.
You can configure custom greetings, programmable telephone menus, call forwarding, faxing, and more, all without extra equipment.
When considering a virtual phone service decide which features are important to you: Want faxing? Call it virtual phone, virtual pbx, or virtual office, it doesn't matter, because mostly you'll be calling it a life saver.
There's no need to spend extra money on equipment or high-priced plans from the big phone companies. You'll be surprised at the big features you get for a low monthly cost.
Family Allowances limits can be changed online anytime.
To see a full list of Web Guard features go to: T-Mobile Web Guard For kid Connect and Family Allowances features go to: T-Mobile’s Family Allowances Alltel Alltel has no name for its parental controls features, which are free and accessed via the My Account menu.