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T-Mobile wants to limit your data, but not in the old-fashioned way. I say "kids," but I really mean any of us. I know I'm an internet addict , and I'm pretty much unable to stop looking at Twitter until I leave my phone on my desk and go to bed. Family Mode combines wireless usage controls and a new version of an existing home network device, the Circle , to extend restrictions to any device on a home network. It's an upgrade to T-Mobile Family Allowances, a network-based feature that lets you block and manage calls and texts on your kids' phones, but doesn't have any effect on data and app usage. Its role is to track, filter, and if necessary cut off access on anything connected to your home router, device by device. You can set different time and content limits for a smart TV, an Xbox and a tablet, for instance.
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Web Guard has restricted your access to this content. The person on your Wireless account who is designated as the Primary Account Holder can disable this restriction through the account management website". This sounds like a feature that's being provided by your Internet Service Provider ISP for short - they're the people you pay for your internet connection. If you contact their customer services department, I'm sure they'll be able to turn Web Guard off for you. Their contact details will probably be on any recent bills or letters you've received from them.