Batelco introduces child location wristband

Thursday 26 May 2016 | 17:33 CET | News
Bahrain operator Batelco has introduced the latest child safety solution, the LG KizON wearable device, to allow seamless communication between parents and their young children at all times. The easy to wear wrist band, designed with children in mind, is offered by Batelco with unlimited calls and GPS tracking function for BHD5 per month.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Batelco / LG
Countries: Bahrain
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