Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

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Unformatted text preview: ject Teens and Mobile Phones | 44 Among different types of voice or text messaging plans, teens with the most "metered" Teens on metered plans are less likely to take advantage of cell phone add ons, except music. Among different types of voice or text messaging plans, teens with the most "metered" plans – plans where minutes or texts must be paid for individually – generally have the most constrained and limited use of their handsets. Just half of teens who say they must pay per message for texts send them. That compares with 95% or more of teens with unlimited or bulk texting plans who are texters. But beyond text messaging, teens with metered plans for voice or text are less likely than their peers to use multimedia tools like photos or video on their phones, and less likely to access an online social network. The only exception is music – teens on metered plans are just as likely and sometimes more likely to play music on their phones than teens with other types of plans. NOTES 25 U nless otherwise noted, the data in this report refers to cell phone -owning teens. 26 S...
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