Sunday, May 20, 2007

For Texting Teens, an OMG Moment When the Phone Bill Arrives - washingtonpost.com

Go figure... 

Market research indicates the consumers mostly likely to send and receive text messages are those between the ages of 13 and 24. Last year, 158 billion text messages were sent nationwide, nearly double the number in 2005, according to CTIA, the Wireless Association. With that kind of growth, texting will continue to be very profitable for wireless companies, said Roger Entner, senior vice president for the communication sector at IAG Research, even with bundling plans to lower consumer cost.

Source: For Texting Teens, an OMG Moment When the Phone Bill Arrives - washingtonpost.com

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