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Me for instance, I am almost 12, and I popped the question around for a whole year before my parents decided to get me one. Plus, I will be taking the late bus 4 times a week, and I will be dropped off 3 streets away, on a very large and busy street.I am in all honors classes which are a year accelarated, and math is 2 years accelerated.I just have something to add.......4th to 7th grade seems the best age to get a phone.And 7th grade and higher to get social media because before that, having social media is illegal technically.In terms of social media usage, I'd agree with the majority and say that the child's maturity is far more important than their age.But if phones themselves are encouraged in a school setting, I see no reason not to provide the child with one. But I also agree that if you are young, at the age of 10, maybe a flip-a-phone is good for you. If you are my age though, you should have a better phone.

btw I'm not trying to brag or anything but please someone give me reasons why I should get a phone so that I can convince my parents.

Most kids are approaching middle school and this age is when online communication practically becomes essential. In my experience, cell phones became almost essential in the classroom starting around middle school.

They were used in place of traditional calculators or dictionaries, and checking the online gradebook was much more convenient with a phone available at hand.

They can create text, images, and videos that can be widely distributed and uploaded to websites instantly.

Parents really need to consider whether their kids are ready to use their phones responsibly and respectfully.