One activity most teens enjoy is talking to friends on the telephone. In the past, this activity was limited to the home where parents could monitor the frequency and length of calls. Today, a large number of teenagers have cell phones, which offers more mobility than talking to friends in their bedroom. With a cell phone contract for teens, parents can continue to monitor behavior and give teens some privacy at the same time.
This mutual agreement sets the rules for acceptable behavior during cell phone conversations. Privileges and consequences are clearly written so teenagers know what their parents expect.
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