results are in: has ranked Kajeet as #1 in their list of the 7 best cell phones for kids!

They credit Kajeet’s wide variety of phones, useful parental controls and, “best of all,” no contract-service! Read the full list here!

The FOX43 channel recently did a segment on the best products to keep kids busy this summer. Reyne Rice, Daily Lounge toy and game contributor, loves Kajeet’s affordable plans, our Bring Your Own Sprint® Device program, and the simplicity of our parental controls.

Click here to watch the full video! 2012 Gift Guide Badge, an educational and child development website for parents, has selected Kajeet for inclusion in it’s 2012 Gift Guide. Products chosen for the Gift Guide were kid-tested and teacher-approved, selected from among thousands reviewed and deemed the most likely to stand the test of time. Check out their review of Kajeet here:

Kajeet – the smart phone for kids

Now available from kajeet: the Samsung Galaxy S II Android™ smartphone!

The perfect gift this holiday season, the Galaxy S II features:

kajeet Samsung Galaxy S II

  • A big, bright 4.3” color display
  • A rear-facing 8.0 megapixel camera with auto-focus, flash, panorama and blink detection modes
  • 16GB of internal storage
  • A built-in MP3 player
  • HD recording capability and playback
  • A super slim design (weighs just 4.3 ounces!)
  • And much more!

Take a closer look at the Samsung Galaxy S II here before this phone is out of sight!

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kajeet – the smart phone for kids

The New York Post named kajeet one of the hottest gadgets for this upcoming school season. “Angry birds without the angry parents,” the article said, referencing kajeet’s free parental controls and affordable pricing.

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kajeet, the smart phone for kids

Liz Gumbinner of stopped by “The Today Show” to help parents develop affordable wishlists for the coolest and most kid-friendly gear this back-to-school season. She believes kajeet phones provide a gateway for kids and parents to communicate safely with sophisticated technology, as well as for kids to get cool, real-world smartphones  for an out-of-this-world price!

kajeet, the smart phone for kids

Betty Casey, managing editor of “Tulsa Kids,” recently appeared on Channel KTUL in Tulsa, Oklahoma to provide parents with a checklist of new products that will lend themselves to a safe and enjoyable school year for both parents and kids. She raves about kajeet smartphones, saying they are perfect for parents because of the no-contract service, web filtering settings (Smart Blocker™), and user-friendly spectrum of parental controls.

Watch the full segment here!

kajeet, the smart phone for kids

Mary Burt-Godwin of the “Mama Mary Show” recently stopped by the morning show on Fox 5 in San Diego to talk about her favorite back-to-school must haves — and kajeet was included!

Mary raved about the variety of kajeet smart phones available, as well as the free parental controls. Click here to watch Mary’s segment and hear what she has to say about kajeet!

kajeet, the smart phone for kids

Mompreneur, social media maven, author and actress Soleil Moon Frye selected kajeet mobile phones as one of her favorite, must-have, cell phones on a Today Show segment, highlighting the best, parent approved,  tech gadgets for kids, tweens, and teens.  Soleil loves how kajeet’s parental controls allow parents to monitor and set limits on kids’ cell phone use, like incoming/outgoing calls and texts.

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kajeet, the smart phone for kids

Kajeet’s own VP of Education Markets, Michael Flood, was a featured guest on Education Talk Radio with host Larry Jacobs, discussing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives and kajeet’s new School Guard(TM) feature. Mr. Flood presents solutions to the problem schools face when allowing students to bring their own devices in the classroom.

To listen to the full interview click below.


kajeet, the smart phone for kids(TM)

VP of Education Markets, Michael Flood joins Education Talk Radio to talk about schools allowing students to bring cellphones into the classroom.