My son is getting an iPhone for Christmas and I am considering which Mobile Provider to use. For parental reasons we need a provider that can have mobile data disabled at the provider end - and this to remain so until parental decision to allow. This is just a precaution until he is older.
Can Vodafone do this on either Prepay or On-Account options? If so - tell us how to proceed, and which packs (if applicable) are most suitable.
It's good that mobile data can be disabled at provider end for the first few years of my son having iPhone, BUT I'm now wondering how we return it to normal after that time. ie: this permission change will need to come from us the parents, NOT from my son.
Therefore, to make this practical, will this iPhone need to be an on-account phone? I like prepay as it may be cheaper for his usage, BUT I'm guessing that a prepay account may be difficult to manage the authorisation /permission change later. Easier to manage under On-account? ... or , it doesn't matter?
Thanks for your prompt support on this Christmas gift :-)