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Here’s the easiest way to track your kids with your mobile

Posted:  November 1, 2017   By:    5 comments   

U Mobile and Knightsbridge Resources have teamed up to make it easier to keep track of your kids, with Malaysia’s first mobile-based tracking kit, because you can’t ever be too careful in ensuring your children’s’ safety.

TraqKid, as it’s called, doesn’t require any additional wristbands or kit, but instead only needs a mobile phone and a U Mobile SIM card. The tech is embedded in said card, and is able to track any GSM device that it is hosted under. Parents using TraqKid can immediately get in touch with emergency services if needed, and they can be proactively updated on their children’s’ whereabouts when they opt for the service.

The integrated call center and responders from Community Policing Malaysia is what sets it apart from regular child monitoring services, and once an alert has been triggered, responders will be mobilised to the last location the child was tracked at. All you need is the TraqKid mobile app and a U Mobile simcard.

TraqKid is ready for pre-order starting today, and the subscriptions start at RM58 monthly, with an upfront fee of RM36 for Personal Accident Insurance.

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5 Comments for Here’s the easiest way to track your kids with your mobile


The problem is most schools don’t allow kids to bring in their own phone.


    Believe they will first target the private school base. And for the normal school maybe next year after the goverment firmalize the phone to school.


      There is already a circular in all public schools that prohibit any recording/listening device to be brought to school by kids.

      That covers camera, phone, smartphone, phone watch…

      The reason is obvious enough. They don’t want kids go on recording their teachers or some inappropriate stuffs.

      Even in private schools, I’m pretty sure teachers won’t allow kids to bring or use their phones during schooling session.

      This company can still sell it, but should be done through just geo-tracker, the one without listening device.

M.K <— Lousy website. No information on pricing, Q&A, user manual not updated.

At RM58/month, it's too high.


There are kids watches which maxis launched a long time ago…so u mobile is not the 1st to launch la.