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All teens are equally likely to play games on their

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Unformatted text preview: pay for their own phones are also more likely to buy things online via the cell phone. Teens who pay part of the cost of their cell phone are the most likely to play music on their phone and more likely than teens whose parents cover the cost of phone ownership to install applications on their phones. Teens whose phone use is fully paid by someone else are more likely than other teens to take photos with their phones, though not necessarily any more likely to share those photos with others via their handset. All teens are equally likely to play games on their phone regardless of how their phone costs are covered. Many games are pre -loaded on cell phone handsets and do not require additional or on -going costs to play. Another subset of games may be downloaded to a cell phone, but often result in charges or costs to the phone owner. Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 41 cell phone, but often result in charges or costs to the phone owner. Teens on pre -paid plans are less likely to use many cell phone functions. All teens, regardless of phone plan, are...
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