This is a mobile device usage agreement drafted for the use of limiting the child's use of mobile phones to ensure that he/she will not be addicted to the Internet and online games.
In this agreement established between the parent and child, the parents may set up rules including limitations on screen time per day, messages sent per day, who to pay the relevant costs of the phone, etc.
This contract aims to nurture a sense of commitment in the child to take up his/ her responsibilities if a mobile phone is in his/ her possession.
If this agreement is properly set up, there will be less trouble for the parents to deal with the potential risk of the child's Internet addiction and at the same time protect family harmony and reduce the number of arguments regarding phone usage. Besides, it could enhance the child's self-discipline.
Both parents and child should read this agreement carefully.
The parents should discuss with the child before setting limits on screen time and the number of messages and see if the child himself agrees to be bound by these rules. The contract stated the parties' rights and responsibilities clearly so that mutual respect is maintained.
If either party wishes to amend the agreement in the future, both parties should agree to do so, and the original agreement and amendments should be recorded in writing and signed by both parties.
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