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So many parents want their kids to have the safety and security of a phone, especially over the summer when kids have a little more freedom, and a little more run-around-outside time. And yet, those kids aren’t necessarily ready for all the responsibility and liability that comes with owning their own smartphone.
It’s a major concern among parents, and now there’s a truly smart — but not smartphone — solution that moms and dads are loving: Relay.
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Relay is the screen-free smartphone alternative for kids, meaning no apps to download, no texts, no social media, no videos — no distractions that concern a lot of parents. Just a safe way for kids to stay in touch 24/7 with the push of a button.
Think of it like a walkie-talkie 2.0 that works everywhere and anywhere. Kids carry their own Relay, and you connect via your own (grownup) smartphone app.
Relay was even built with kids’ own input, to be sure it’s a device they actually don’t mind carrying. That’s why it’s colorful, it’s rugged, it’s splash-proof, it’s summer-proof.
Relay now has some really fun new features now like music (the kind you just listen to, old school!), a joke of the day channel, and the ability to translate what you say into 13 languages.
There’s also GPS tracking, plus a reassuring new SOS alert safety feature.
You can connect up to 10 Relays to the mobile app on your phone, so it’s perfect for big families. And because it’s powered by 4G LTE, just like a cell phone, you can be on one coast for business, talking to your kid who’s home on the other coast, no problem.
If you’ve got a kid who’s begging for a smartphone, but you’ve been hoping for a better solution for staying safely connected over the summer and beyond, Relay might just be the answer you’re looking for: a simple, fun communication device that helps kids gain independence one step at a time.
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This has been a sponsored message from Relay