Disney to launch mobile phone network

Posted on Saturday, April 08 2006 @ 10:25 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Disney announced plans to launch a Disney Mobile wireless network this summer:
Designed for families, the new service will piggyback on Sprint Nextel's infrastructure and will allow parents to not only control their kids' call volumes but to also track their location. In addition, phone numbers can be banned, while other numbers can be set to be reachable at certain hours.

Disney is partnering with LG and Pantech to provide the phones, which will be offered for $60 at retail stores.
Read on over at TG Daily.

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