The Relay is an Affordable Alternative to a Cell Phone for Children

Don't trust your kids with a smartphone, but still need to reach them? The Relay could be the right pick for you.

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It’s tough to say if you should get your child a smartphone — especially considering the cost of adding a new line to your cellular plan or stressing out about cracked screens. These are valid reasons to consider other options that won’t break the bank and still keeps you in contact with your children.

If this sounds like you, we found an interesting product that may be the right fit for you and your child: the Relay. It’s an LTE-connected smart device you and your kid can use to communicate with each other. It’s incredibly durable, easy to use and retails for $50. Check out our video to find out if it’s a good fit for you.

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Johnny Thai

Johnny Thai is the content marketing intern at Slickdeals. Currently he is studying public relations and marketing at CSULB and is most passionate about consumer tech and fashion. He has prior experience with T-Mobile and currently works with Apple which keeps him on the pulse for consumer deals and opinions. Despite being a tech fanatic, he still has a love for the analog with jazz records and film rolls cluttered in his room.

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