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Telenor Norway offers mobile 'driving licence' for children

Monday 8 August 2016 | 13:18 CET | News
Telenor Norway said it has devised a 'driving licence' for children aged 8 to 11 who already have a mobile phone, or would like one. The aim is to ensure they understand sensible mobile phone usage habits, taking account of personal safeguarding and cost, for example. The 'driving test' can be carried out online.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telenor Norway
Countries: Norway
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