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However teens on family plans who share minutes with

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Unformatted text preview: tly she talks on the phone. Perhaps surprisingly, teens who have an unlimited texting plan are more likely to talk on the phone more frequently with everyone – friends, family and romantic partners. Less surprisingly, teens with unlimited voice minutes are more likely to talk frequently with friends and boyfriends or girlfriends. However teens on family plans – who share minutes with parents and other family members 36 – are more likely to talk to their parents and siblings more frequently. Teens Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 67 who pay for their cell phone out of their own pockets are much more likely to talk with significant others frequently through the day – 55% of teens who pay for their phones minutes are more likely to talk frequently with friends and boyfriends or girlfriends. However teens on family plans – who share minutes with parents and other family members 36 – are more likely to talk to their parents and siblings more frequently. Teens who pay for their cell phone o...
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