Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr One out of four kids younger than six has a smartphone, a review has found. In spite of guardians insisting that 11 is the “perfect” age for kids to have a telephone, a survey found 25% of kids aged six and under as of now have their own smartphone and almost half these spend up to 21 hours for every week on their gadgets. More than seventy five percent of guardians paid up to £500 for their child’s first phone with 66% conceding they don’t cap the month to month spend. Samsung was the most prevalent ‘first phone’ brand, beating Apple to the best spot. Specialists additionally found eight out of 10 guardians don’t limit the amount of time kids spend on their telephones while 75% don’t disable the data function so their kids are just able to call and text. Recommerce organization music-Magpie directed the reasearch.