Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

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Unformatted text preview: elves make 7 calls on a typical day, while teens who pay part of the cost make 5 calls and teens who pay none of the cost for their cell phone make 4 calls a day. A small portion of teens (10%) who have a cell phone and say they do not text at all also say that they do not make or receive any phone calls in the average day. Looking for a moment at the teens who own a cell phone but do not use the voice Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 63 function, the youngest teen boys are over -represented. The data show that 9% of this group report never making a voice call while only 2% of all other teens report the same. Looking for a moment at the teens who own a cell phone but do not use the voice function, the youngest teen boys are over -represented. The data show that 9% of this group report never making a voice call while only 2% of all other teens report the same. Who teens call Voice is for parents. When teens use the phone for calling, they are most likely to be calling parents, with 68% of teens with cell phones saying they talk to their parents on their cell phone at least once a day. Talk...
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