Danes believe that children must be at least 10 years before they get their own cell phone, according to a new study.
A lot of Danish children have just begun in school and many parents may already begin to think about when the time is right for the children should have their first mobile phone.
A new study, carried out by YouGov for our site, shows the Danes believe that children must be at least 10 years before they get their own cell phone – in fact accurately 10.22 years.
One should keep in mind that with a cell phone also follows a series of new possibilities and that is why it is important that parents are aware of the children’s use and movement with your mobile phone – and the responsibility that comes with such a.
-“When the child gets his first cell phone, does that mean that parents almost always can get in touch with their child – and vice versa. It is both practically and safely. At the same time, however, as a parent, one must take care to bring up her child to navigate in the world that now opens up for him or her. Set up like some rules of behaviour, safety and consumption, “says private Customer Manager Christoph N from Telia Mobility.
If you ask parents with children under the age of 15 years, how old was the youngest when he/she got her first cell phone, however, the answer is “only” 9 years.