Etisalat to Offer Parental Control Device

Etisalat to Offer Parental Control Device

Etisalat will offer the ‘Circle with Disney’ parental control device for all subscribers in the country. According to the operator, this offer is the result of  Etisalat’s partnership with Circle Media Labs. This lab is a leading developer of products use by families to manage all their connectedd devices. It is available for download on both iOS and Android devices. Parents can easily create unique profiles for each family member. Etisalat to Offer Parental Control Device

Khalid El Khouly, chief consumer officer, Etisalat said:

We have always strived to give great value to our customers with high-quality products, and Circle with Disney is a seamless fit. Cyber security is a grave concern for parents today and offering customers a way to monitor and filter content is going to change how the Internet is used in many households.” ‘Circle with Disney’ permits parents to control how long their children are online.  Parents can also filter which sites they can access to keep them safe online.

Etisalat to Offer Parental Control Device

The device costs Dh549 ($149.5) but currently on sale at Dh449 during the Dubai Shopping Festival. The device is also available on monthly instalments starting at Dh25 per month. Customers can buy this device online at with free delivery. It will also available in Etisalat outlets for users convenience.

Lance Charlish, chief executive officer, Circle Media Labs said:

Managing kids on devices is a global issue. You’ll find parents who are looking for ways to manage their kids’ content and screen time, and Circle is that answer, both inside and outside the home.

This includes creating daily time limits for apps and websites, setting individual filter levels for each family member, scheduling bedtime for each connected device, and pausing the internet by device or by user with the press of a button. Furthermore, parents can manage user profiles and settings, and completely customize them based on kids’ ages and parents’ preferences.

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