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The right age to give kids their first cell phone is really up to parents.
Age isn't as important a kid's maturity level, ability to follow home (and their schools') rules, and their sense of responsibility.
Kids do need to use phones responsibly, in my own home there's rules about my cell phone usage even though I am 17!
I have to turn in my cell phone every night before I go to bed, no my parents don't want me using it in church either.
I'm also into photography, and sometimes I don't have a camera on me, I do have a small little flip phone, but the camera is .3 megapixel. Anyway, I don't think a kid should get a phone when he is 10, 11 and maybe even 12! I know other parents get phones later though and that is fine! My parents say I don't need one, but how am I supposed to contact you when I hang out with friends.
Set rules in place make a contract, like I said possibly even make them pay for a portion of it, however I do not recommend that you tell children that they have to pay for it if they have no way of getting any personal income, if you don't give your kids a suitable allowance like at least a week or they don't have a job or any way of making money don't tell them you can have a phone if you pay for it because they will never be able to pay for it.
As someone that still does not have a job at the age of 17 and yes I suffer for it, Christmas and birthdays can be a hardship when you have to get people presents and have no money hardly.
I get a small allowance a week but it's is not enough.
You may need to say, "No, not yet." But Here are some questions to consider: I am 13, and in eighth grade.
My parents, for whatever reason feel that I'm not ready for a phone.
But when you hand your children cell phones, you're giving them powerful communication and media-production tools.