Staying Safe

Vodafone Safety Tools and Services

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How can Vodafone services help keep your children safer in the online world?

For many parents, the peace-of-mind of being able to keep in touch with their kids with a mobile phone outweighs any risks from cyber bullying or unwanted contact.

If safety becomes an issue, Blacklist is a free mobile service available to all Vodafone customers, that helps keep young people safe by making it easy to block unwanted TXT and PXT messages. Find out more about Blacklist.

Vodafone in partnership with The Parenting Place have created programmes that help give parents and young people the knowledge and tools they need to use technology in a safe and positive way.

Quick Tips

  1. Did you know?: ‘S’ stands for secure in web addresses
  2. Did you know?: Secure websites have a padlock in the bottom right of the browser window.

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Posting Guidelines

Use of the Vodafone Digi-Parenting Forum

The Vodafone Digi-Parenting forum provides an area for you to discuss your Digi-Parenting issues and questions. We want to make sure that the forum is used in an engaging and supportive way for everyone who is using it.

The information you post is your responsibility, and it’s up to you to make sure that it’s appropriate for the conversation and doesn’t interfere with anyone else’s rights.

While we want to encourage free and open discussion, we’re uncomfortable with and might remove any posts on the forum that:
• advertise or offer to sell anything
• contain or endorse anything that is inappropriate for the forum including material which is threatening, racist, sexist, offensive, illegal or anything else which might be objectionable
• might contain a virus or cause other harm to our computer systems
• could be considered spam or “junk mail”
• stop others using and enjoying the Digi-Parenting forum
• we consider damages the reputation of Vodafone or another third party.

If we need to, we might change or remove the Digi-Parenting forum, which may include any content that you’ve posted. We don’t keep a copy of content that’s been uploaded so if you want a copy make sure you’ve saved this somewhere else.

We want to talk about the great things that are happening on the forum, so from time to time we might use some of the posts or comments you make elsewhere.

If at any time you feel threatened by anyone posting on the Vodafone Digi-Parenting forum, or believe their use or posting is not in line with this policy it’s important for you to report this to us. We take this type of activity seriously and will make every effort to deal with all instances that are reported to us. To report any kind of abuse, please contact emailonlinecare@vodafone.com

We recommend that you don’t post any personal information including your Vodafone account information. If you need help or have specific queries or comments concerning your account please contact Vodafone Customer Services. To get in touch, visit our Contact page.