A: A SIM card with an active data plan from a GPRS network, and SMS functions enabled.
A: Our watch can log onto the Global Positioning System for free, but in order to send this information to the parent's cell phone, data usage is required.
A: Although battery life is dependent on usage, rest assured that even with heavy usage, our batteries will last the entire day. And while its possible that our battery could last 2-3 days, we strongly recommend charging it nightly, just to make sure.
A: Yes. Although you cannot insert a SIM card from AT&T directly into our trackers, our devices operate independently from the parent's phone. So the parent's mobile phone provider can be AT&T (or anyone else) and they can still interact with our GPS devices.
A: No. At the moment our app is supported by the Android and iOS operating systems.
A: No, a voice plan is optional, however you will miss out on some features such as voice calls, remote monitoring and SOS calls.
A: Average daily use ranges between 20-30 MBs of data per month.
A: You can program up to 15 names and numbers in the watch's phonebook. Your child simply swipes the touchscreen and taps on the desired contact to place a call.
A: As our GPS watches work on a mobile network, there is no range. As long as your watch is connected to the cell phone network, you can interact with it: across the street or halfway across the world!
A: Our devices work in countries all over the world, however be advised if you leave your home country, there will be roaming charges. It works just like your mobile phone.
A: No. The Wi-Fi bars you see on the face of the watch are to help find your child's position in cases where the GPS network is unavailable. We call this Wi-Fi positioning. The watch does not use Wi-Fi to replace network data usage.