Today AT&T launched a new service called FamilyMap. For $10 per month, family plan subscribers can locate up to two family members' phones via a web browser on a PC or mobile phone. The service lets parents set up alerts so they can be notified as to the whereabouts of their childrens' phones throughout the day. Another feature allows account holders to effectively "ping" each phone, alerting the user that the phone has been located. Paying $15 per month will provide the same service for up to five phones.
It does, but I'm also pretty sure it also requires a data plan which is subtantially more expensive than $10-$15 per month as well as requiring a much more expensive phone. This plan can be a huge savings over trying to implement Google Latitude on ph... (continues)