Vodafone New Zealand has announced that it is offering a suite of family services that will help families stay connected and navigate the digital world. The group of four services includes digitally-offered parenting advice, mobile service packages that target families, technical teams that help families set up their digital services at home and online tools to help ensure the safety and security of children. The first service, which launched on 2 July, is Digi-Parenting, an online hub of articles, videos and printable guides that offer parenting advice. Vodafone has partnered with U.S.-based The Parenting Place and New Zealand nonprofit organization NetSafe to provide this product. The second offering in the suite enables families to connect all their mobile devices through a shared family plan—one of Vodafone’s Red Share plans. The family services offering has two apps—Vodafone Guardian, which enables users to set parameters on mobile devices, and Vodafone Blacklist, which allows customers to block numbers. Lastly, beginning in September, Vodafone families who want to connect their households with Vodafone broadband, mobile and fixed line services will have access to a technical support team to help them do so.