Keeping Up With the … KIDS

It’s that time of year again when summer is ending and all the kids are getting ready to go back to school. As our kids get older it gets harder to keep up with them and staying in contact is essential. They move so fast and are so busy how do we keep up with their every move? Have you ever gone to pick up your child and they aren’t where they are supposed to be?

You search & search only to find them an hour later with their friends or at the ice cream truck or at the local fast food restaurant? You start fussing and say “I couldn’t find you, I thought you were lost” only to get the reply “Mom, I knew where I was the whole time!” It seems like the older they get, the more searching you have to do! They say “Super Parents Supervise” their kids, so what can we do to make this task a little easier? How about getting them a cell phone? Whether an emergency arises or they just aren’t where they are supposed to be when you go to pick them up; with a cell phone they will always be reachable as soon as you need them. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to spend a lot of money to keep up with your kids.

InTouch America offers a low plan for only $7.99 per month which includes 50 minutes, you can combine this with a text plan with 500 or even 1000 texts for as little as an additional $6.99 per month and you can simply text them when you need to check in. This will have them reachable at a moment’s notice and will keep your cost at a minimum. InTouch America is offering 4 great texting phones; get the Samsung Intensity, the Motorola Q-9M, the UT Starcom 8010 Blitz or the Palm Pixi. All have QWERTY keyboards and you can get them all for FREE on any plan as low as $7.99 per month! So for under $20 per month you can keep up with your kids and put a smile on their face and yours with a FREE new “cool” phone. Please call 800-500-0066 or visit us at www.InTouchAmerica.com to take advantage of our great offers. These phones are perfect for the family to keep in touch with the kids at a price that doesn’t break the bank.

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