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If you are a young person and really want a phone make an offer to your parents to pay for a portion of the cell phone and even a portion of the cell phone bill every month, politely and respectfully calmly and quietly explain to them your situation, you are whatever age you are everyone else has one you feel left out oh, you don't fit in oh, you can't talk to anybody.

Believe me been there done that all the craziness, you know when you're out somewhere and you need to contact your parents and you don't have a phone and see have to borrow one and it's embarrassing, nobody wants to feel like they owe somebody else like they are a burden!

I feel very left out because all my friends have either a phone or an i Pod touch.

I have to text my friends on the family i Pad, and I am barely ever allowed to, so I miss out on a lot of conversations. One time I was apparently supposed to be a car rider on the way home from school, and I didn't know that my mom was emailing me because I didn't get a chance to look at my computer.

Somebody here in the comments section said just lie to people and tell them that you're not allowed to bring your cell phone to school, kids do not lie lying is not a good thing it can get you in trouble and make you feel guilty and it is against one of the Ten Commandments, so just don't.

The right age to give kids their first cell phone is really up to parents.

Age isn't as important a kid's maturity level, ability to follow home (and their schools') rules, and their sense of responsibility.

You may need to say, "No, not yet." But Here are some questions to consider: I still do not have a phone and I am so annoyed and mad!!!!

My parents say I cannot get a phone until AT LEAST seventh grade.

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