If you want to get an actual cell phone for your child that is not necessarily a smartphone but does have some features, then you might like the Nokia 3310. This phone can be used on AT&T, Cricket Wireless, H20, and T-Mobile so if one of these companies is your carrier and they support 3G, you should be able to add it to your plan.
Available in a variety of colors including yellow and red, the Nokia 3310 is a remake of the old Nokia cell phones. It has Bluetooth, a slot for a Micro SD Card, a two-megapixel camera, the classic mobile game called Snake, and it costs around $60.
Buyers who have provided feedback about purchasing the Nokia 3310 say that it is a good option for kids because it’s not overly plain and although it’s not a smartphone, it functions well for keeping in touch.
Parents can call and text their children, but the kids can10 also keep in touch with friends without the temptation of being on the internet through the phone all day long. Also, many customers said that the Nokia 3310 had amazing battery life that didn’t require frequent charging.
However, some buyers warned that if you’re thinking about buying this phone, you should double check with your carrier first that they still use 3G that will support using the Nokia 3310.