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    DialSafe Pro: Teaches kids phone skills, usage, and safety.

    Phone Simulator: Lets kids practice dialing home, 911 and other important numbers with programmable audio recordings. They can practice dialing 911 and an operator will answer just like a real life 911 call.

    Audio/Visual Learn section teaches kids about phone safety, usage, 911 and stranger danger.

    Games: Memory games that step kids through important numbers like 911 and their home number.

    Practice: An operator assists with dialing numbers and completing a phone call.

    Challenge: Child dials numbers on his own. Operator lets them know if they have pressed the wrong number.

    Universal iOs app: available in US, Canada, Australia, UK, Ireland

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    09-23-2011 04:43 PM
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    The simulator in this is great. Kids can practice dialing 911 without getting into trouble. They dial 911, the phone rings, a 911 operator answers with real world dialogue. The operator asks questions and there is a pause between questions so that child has time to answer. At the end of the call the child must "hang up" the phone by pressing the OFF button.
    09-24-2011 01:03 PM
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    DialSafe Pro updates are coming soon! Adding in more numbers that parents can program in so that kids can practice learning/dialing parents cell phone numbers, neighbors, grandma or any number they may need to learn.
    09-26-2011 08:36 AM
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    DialSafe Pro v2.0 is in review. Soon to be released. This version allows for more custom number/audio recordings.

    Parents: Program in any phone number that you would like your child to know. Record an audio message for them to hear.

    Kids can practice dialing 911, have a realistic 911 operator answer the call and ask them questions. This is a safe way for them to understand how 911 works without actually calling 911.

    Emergency numbers are available for our users in Australia, Canada, Ireland and the UK versions.
    09-29-2011 09:08 AM
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