Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

Younger teen boys aged 12 and 13 use the landline

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Unformatted text preview: ere is a cost consideration, and sometimes there is poor cell phone coverage. When a teen is at home, they often use the landline phone in order to save the cost of airtime on a cell phone. However, some teens report that their families are cancelling landline subscriptions. l Interviewer: Does anyone have a phone at home, like a landline phone? B & 1: My Life Project Pew InternetoyAmericanparents just cancelled it a few months ago. Teens and Mobile Phones | 88 Interviewer: Your parents cancelled it. Anybody else not have a land line, just a cell phone? However, some teens report that their families are cancelling landline subscriptions. l Interviewer: Does anyone have a phone at home, like a landline phone? Boy 1: My parents just cancelled it a few months ago. Interviewer: Your parents cancelled it. Anybody else not have a land line, just a cell phone? Boy 2: I don ’t have one. Boy 3: I probably wouldn ’t but it comes with the internet, so. But otherwise we would have cancelled it a long time ago, everybody who lives in the house has a cell phone. Indeed, 26% of teens in...
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