Sprint today announced that on Sunday it will start selling a new Android smartphone aimed at children and parents, the ZTE Fury.
The Overland Park company and ZTE Corp. said in a joint statement that the phone will be available for $19.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and a two-year service agreement. The phone also comes with an unlimited data pricing plan.
Among the Fury’s features:
• A family locator allows parents to quickly and easily locate their family members on an interactive map, and sets up safety checks to ensure that children make it to school safely and on time.
• Mobile controle allow parents to understand their children’s talk, text and app use habits.
• A drive first feature automatically locks the phone when traveling more than 10 miles per hour and unlocks when the car has stopped driving.