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Teens, Smartphones and Texting

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Miranda Finch

on 12 October 2012

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Transcript of Teens, Smartphones and Texting

Teens, Smartphones and Texting By: Hailey Mexico and Miranda Finch The volume of texting for
teens has risen from 50 texts a
day in 2009 to 60 texts a day in 2012. 75% of teens text. Older girls remain the most enthusiastic texters with the average of 100 texts a day in 2011, and only 50 for boys the same age. The heaviest texters are the heaviest talkers with their friends. 77% of 12-17 year olds have a cell phone. The percentage of younger teens with cell phones has decreased. 1 in 4 teens own a smart phone mexico finch 26% of teens say they talk daily with their friendsone their cellphone older teens are more likey to use location based services 49% of teens send and recieve text messages from their friends every day 63% of teens say that they use text to communicate with others every day.
39% of teens make and receive voice calls on their mobile phones every day.
35% of all teens socialize with others in person outside of school on a daily basis.
29% of all teens exchange messages daily through social network sites.
22% of teens use instant messaging daily to talk to others.
19% of teens talk on landlines with people in their lives daily.
6% of teens exchange email daily. 2nd Hour
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