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teens particularly girls text friends several times

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Unformatted text preview: s or Hispanics. There are no significant socio economic differences in the average numbers of texts sent a day by teens in different groups. As one high school girl explained: "My parents will kind of joke about it. I think my last phone ’s bill had like altogether 3,000 text messages and they were like, ‘How do you even do that? ’ That ’s not that bad. But I don ’t think it ’s too big of an issue. They wouldn ’t actually get mad about it since it ’s unlimited." Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 50 wouldn ’t actually get mad about it since it ’s unlimited." Teens, particularly girls, text friends several times a day. Who are teens texting? The data show that 81% of teens who text are texting with their friends at least once every day. Significant others are also major daily texting partners — 46% of teens who have a boyfriend or girlfriend send or receive texts every day with Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens w...
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