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2011-04-09 13:47:34
2011-04-09 13:47:34

i think you should be at least 11, because children often forget what they have to do for homework texting helps. my child is 11 in the 6th grade and she needs the cell phone to text her friends, because I'm always on the home phone and she always forgets what to do for homework so u should be 11, and if your child is mature enough to get it at 10 get them one.

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