Friday, July 6, 2007

Women's Safety Awareness

We have already discussed how cell phones can be used to improve the safety of children, seniors, and anyone with a car, but they are also of extreme importance for women of all ages. Every woman should know good safety practices that can put her in control of her well-being.

There also are lots of resources online for women seeking safety tips. Many colleges and women’s shelters are making concerted efforts to educate women on safety and carrying cell phones because violence can effect any woman. Always keep your purse close to your body, be aware of your surroundings, do not use headphones while outdoors so you can hear what is going on around you, and never be embarrassed to ask a friend to escort you to your car. Keep your cell phone fully charged and with you at all times so you can call 911 in the event of an emergency.

Dialing 911 is always free on your TracFone, so even if you run out of minutes on your prepaid calling card, your cell phone can still help keep you safe. With TracFone, you only pay for the minutes and features you need, so it is ideal even for those who don’t use much talk time. Owning a TracFone is hassle-free with no hidden fees or monthly bills, so you can keep one wherever you go. Use your best judgment, never hesitate to ask for help, and remember that it is better to be safe than sorry.

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