Teen gets nailed with $14,000.00 cell phone bill


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Lock your kids phones in the safe. Problem solved.

Or, if they refuse to put the phone down, lock them in the safe!

I generally make sure that my electronics are set to the airplane mode before we even hit security. Once on board, I will take the time to turn on the data, making sure the cellular remains off.

Then again, my phone does not give me anything I really need on a cruise, other than an alarm clock and a camera.

If no one is watching a phone can easily be arranged to go overboard ....

I afree, lock the phone in the safe or leave it at home.

I wouldn’t suggest putting the phone into the safe. Cell phones have great cameras and that’s what I use mine for, but it’s always kept in airplane mode.

It is impossible for a phone to just go overboard -- either it was pushed or alcohol was involved!Big Smile

Those railings are so low a phone could easily trip and go right overboard. Big Smile

To quote Nelson Muntz "Ha ha"

That is nothing to laugh about. I have been suffering from that mental disorder (among others) since Pong was invented!


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