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Others share minutes with other cell phone users

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Unformatted text preview: o be part of a family plan. Voice Minutes: the most common combination is a family plan with limited voice minutes. Nearly all cell phone users have voice minutes of some kind on their phone, but how many they have and how they acquire them varies from plan to plan. Some users have an unlimited number of minutes for talking, usually paid for with a flat fee per month. Other users have a set number of minutes that they have available to them per month, as a part of a monthly contract or fee. Others share minutes with other cell phone users, generally through a family plan. And some users purchase minutes on an as -needed basis, and so may have different amounts of minutes available at different times, based Pew Internet & American Life Project on available funds. Teens and Mobile Phones | 33 as a part of a monthly contract or fee. Others share minutes with other cell phone users, generally through a family plan. And some users purchase minutes on an as -needed basis, and so may have different amounts of minutes available at different times, based on available funds. Voice minute...
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