Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

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Unformatted text preview: of those on a separate plan. The analysis shows that 66% of those who pay for each text message are more likely to shut the phone off occasionally than those who buy a set number of text messages or have unlimited plans. Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 121 Younger users – those ages 12 and 13 – are notably more likely than older teens to say they voluntarily shut down their cell from time to time: 59% agreed with the statement plan. The analysis shows that 66% of those who pay for each text message are more likely to shut the phone off occasionally than those who buy a set number of text messages or have unlimited plans. Younger users – those ages 12 and 13 – are notably more likely than older teens to say they voluntarily shut down their cell from time to time: 59% agreed with the statement vs. 47% of those ages 14 -17. Boys in that younger cohort were the most likely to go off the grid from time to time: 61% reported shutting down their phones. Non -texte...
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