children to do the things that are not good for people their age, such as lingering spend time surfing the Internet.
For that reason, Vodafone, one of the cellular service providers in the UK, taking the initiative offers services to control children's behavior over the phone.
The new service from Vodafone launched this allows parents to block calls and read SMS sent or received, including the removed ones.
In addition, parents can also be set when the child's phone can operate. For example, parents want the child was not busy with the phone when she was studying in school, the phone can be turned off via the service's website. Negative content such as pornography filters are also provided.
Thus, in addition to preventing child doing activities that are less well with cell phones, parents are also expected to protect their baby from becoming a victim of "bullying" via mobile phone. Own children can still call and send SMS to the parents, and vice versa. Service called "Bemilo System" is running on the servers connected to the phone Vodafone and children through the SIM card.
To use it, parents can purchase a package of "safety pack" that comes with a new SIM card and pay a monthly fee of 2.95 pounds, or about 45 thousand dollars. Since it is not an application form, your child can not turn it off.