Kajeet is a wireless provider operating on the Verizon and Sprint LTE wireless networks. The company serves two distinct, yet parallel, markets: off-campus wireless broadband for school districts and mobile phones & service for kids. The highlights of the service includes cloud-based management tools, CIPA-compliant filtering, mobile device controls, data-usage controls, time-of-day controls, contract-free plans, and the option of GPS location services. Kajeet was founded by three fathers who wanted to figure out how mobile technology, kids, and parents could work best together and provide a safe mobile experience. The company name, "Kajeet," was derived as an anagram from the names of the founders' children. Two of the original founders still guide the company today: Ben Weintraub, COO, and Daniel Neal, CEO. Kajeets service was designed around providing safety-conscious families affordable cell phones and prepaid plans(starting 4.99) for their teens, tweens, and young children. In more recent years, Kajeet has taken its patented mobile management technology and provides off-campus, mobile connectivity service to school districts. Kajeet was mentioned in a Time Magazine online article and in the print edition. In both, the author Wendy Cole recounted her daughters experience during Kajeet beta testing.