ANSWERS: 7
  • ask the cell phone service provider. they might be able to get it for you.
  • I think that's a total invasion of privacy. Why on earth would you want to?
    • BRG
      if it's between parent and child, there's no 'invasion of privacy'...they are a minor and the parent is still 'the boss', so to speak!! not nice but that's the way it is, and the way it should be!! when the 'child' is on their own and making a paycheck, then they can do what they want without parents looking into their texts, etc................!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • I can't think of an easy way to do this. If you are concerned about what your child is text messaging and you are paying for the plan, you could always block text messaging.
  • If you're that worried about it, why not just take the phone away from the "child"? If you allow him/her to have a phone with texting capability, you shouldn't invade his/her privacy by reading his/her text messages.
  • no. they dont save those kinds of things and thats wrong. if you dont want your child to text than dont let them. if they are saying something wrong to you oh well its wrong to read what their saying.
  • I think it depends on what provider u go through. I think I've heard at&t can do it but I'm not sure about others. I'm sure the rep u talk with will immediately know the answer to your question.
  • computer -yes cell phone probably not and if it were possible not sure you could even understand the language they use, have you ever read a text by a teen? I have 14 nieces & nephews of which 9 of them have cell phones, I have seen some of the texts and you know what? I have no clue what some of the conversations were even about, they jsut laugh at poor old Aunt NeNe, I can fix their PC but rub head and look confused at their texts.

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