Like most other mobile phone services, ParentShield SIM cards will work abroad if you are going on holiday, or your child is going on a school trip or away with a sports team. But as you would expect with ParentShield there are some differences to ensure there are still no surprise bills.
ParentShield currently has agreements with 133 foreign mobile networks covering:
- Czech Republic
- Denmark (Kingdom of Denmark)
- French Antilles (France)
- French Departments and Territories in the Indian Ocean (France)
- Isle of Man
- Netherlands (Kingdom of the Netherlands)
- United Kingdom
How ParentShield Differs From other Networks
To maintain our guarantee of no extra charges or costs there are a few differences. While you are abroad you will be able to call any UK number ( Landline or mobile ) as usual, by prefixing the call with 0044 ( and then omitting the 0 on the front of the number. ) It may be necessary to practice this with your child before setting out. The ParentShield phone will be reachable from the UK via its normal UK number.
While abroad the ParentShield phone won’t be able to call other overseas numbers, but will function on the host country’s emergency services network just like any other phone.
More Networks Coming
We are constantly growing and making new partnerships across the world as we grow so do keep looking back at this page if you are interested to know where we go next.