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older teens with phones are also more likely to talk

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Unformatted text preview: l girl in one of our focus groups explained the importance of voice calling for maintaining important friendships: "Well, like one of my best friends goes to [a different school] and I don ’t see her that often and we talk like every day on the phone, so …I mean, even though she lives like 10 minutes away, I still think we wouldn ’t have the same relationship if I couldn ’t talk to her on the phone every day." Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 65 Older teens with phones are also more likely to talk to friends on their cell phones frequently. Nearly 2 in 5 (38%) teens ages 14 -17 with cell phones talk to friends several lives like 10 minutes away, I still think we wouldn ’t have the same relationship if I couldn ’t talk to her on the phone every day." Older teens with phones are also more likely to talk to friends on their cell phones frequently. Nearly 2 in 5 (38%) teens ages 14 -17 with cell phones talk to friends several times a...
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