Monday, October 18, 2010

Drilling Down - Teenagers Using Phones ‘Primarily for Text’ - NYTimes.com

Yikes

The average teenager sends more than six text messages in every waking hour, according to Nielsen, which analyzed mobile phone usage by 13- to 17-year-olds from April to June this year.

Among teenage girls, the average figure is an astounding 4,050 text messages a month, or eight each waking hour.

Drilling Down - Teenagers Using Phones ‘Primarily for Text’ - NYTimes.com

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