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ADVERTENCIAS DE LA OPERADORA BELGA, BELGACOM: Discover how to ensure your child can call, text and watch TV safely, and how to reduce the harmful effects of mobile phone radiation.

Jueves 28 de febrero de 2013 · 803 lecturas

Belgacom: Discover how to ensure your child can call, text and watch TV safely, and how to reduce the harmful effects of mobile phone radiation.

How can I create a safe environment for my child?
You don’t want your child to come in contact with inappropriate content (dating sites, erotic sites, etc.).
Discover here how to block inappropriate content and, more importantly, how to start an open dialog with your child about the dangers of the Internet, TV and mobile phones.

I want to block inappropriate content on the Internet
Together with Child Focus and Microsoft, every year we give over 10,000 children training on safe Internet use We teach them about the dangers of the Internet, and lay the foundations for responsible Internet use.

It is important that you also start an open dialog with your child. On the website www.clicksafe.be you will find lots of useful tips to help you guide your child on the Internet.

In addition, you can install parental control and/or a program to block viruses and spam. We are happy to offer this protection at a special rate.

Discover our security solutions

I want to block inappropriate content on the TV
Violent TV series, explicit scenes, adult films... You’d rather your child didn’t see them. That’s why Belgacom TV is provided by default with parental control which you can adapt according to your own preferences. So you get to choose which types of movies and programs your child can watch.

Moreover, you always have to enter a PIN code when you rent a movie on demand. This code is different to the parental-control code and is activated by default. Don’t forget to change this code - that way, you increase the security.

Discover how to adapt the parental control

I want to block inappropriate content on a mobile phone
To ensure your child is not confronted with inappropriate content, and to avoid bill shocks, you can block SMS and MMS messages with adult content for free.

To do so, call our customer service toll-free at 6000 using your mobile phone, or at 078 15 6000 from a fixed line in Belgium. You can also change your preferences via the e-Services.

Discover how to block text messages with unwanted content

I want to block paying text messages
Has your child accidentally activated a paying service for ringtones, competitions, etc.? This is annoying because your child will keep receiving expensive text messages.

You can stop this service by simply texting STOP to the short number of the sender. This way, you unsubscribe your child from the paying service and will not have to pay for sent and received text messages in the future.

I choose a mobile phone with a lower SAR value
Naturally, you want to protect your child from mobile phone radiation. We are therefore happy to offer you transparent information and tips for reducing exposure to electromagnetic waves.

Naturally, you want to protect your child from mobile phone radiation. We are therefore happy to offer you transparent information and tips for reducing exposure to electromagnetic waves.

I protect my child against mobile phone waves

Every mobile phone we launch on the market satisfies the exposure limits established by law, also known as the Specific Absorption Ratio (SAR). SAR gives the maximum radiation level that a user can be exposed to while calling. In Europe, the maximum authorized SAR value is 2 W/kg. All mobile phones offered by Belgacom and Proximus satisfy this limit. The mobiles intended for teens have an even lower SAR value. You will find the SAR value of a mobile phone on the price tag in the shop or on the Internet.

A few tips for reducing exposure to mobile phone radiation
Encourage your child to use an earpiece.
This reduces exposure to radio waves and offers more user convenience. All mobiles intended for teens are supplied with an earpiece.
Hold the mobile phone away from your head when you call.
Tell your child to call in places with good reception.
The reception quality is indicated by the number of stripes on the display of the phone. The more stripes, the better the signal, and the lower the radiation.
Don’t call when you can send a text message instead.

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