Verizon to Sell LG GizmoPal Connected Wearable
Nov 25, 2014, 1:24 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Verizon Wireless today announced the LG GizmoPal, a wearable for children meant to provide parents with peace of mind. The wearable can make and receive phone calls, though only to/from a limited set of numbers. Parents can easily mange the GizmoPal through an app (Android and iOS), and use it to track their child's location throughout the day. The GizmoPal costs $80 and can be added to a More Everything plan for $5 per month. It will be available in select stores Nov. 26 and all Verizon sales channels by Dec. 11. It comes in either blue or pink.
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Haven't these kid centric phones failed every time?
The problem is a child young enough to use one of these, should be under adult supervision.
Oh, and the device you're thinking of was called the Firefly.