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Still, for some teens, using the internet from their mobile phone is “too expensive.” Teens from low-income households, particularly African-Americans, are much more likely than other teens to go online using a cell phone.
This is a pattern that mirrors Pew Internet Project findings about adults and their cell phones. Parents and teens say phones make their lives safer and more convenient.
But teens make and receive far fewer phone calls than text messages on their cell phones. White teens typically make or receive 4 calls a day, or around 120 calls a month, while black teens exchange 7 calls a day or about 210 calls a month and Hispanic teens typically make and receive 5 calls a day or about 150 calls a month.
Girls more fully embrace most aspects of cell phone-based communication.
Some 38% of teens were daily texters in February 2008, and that has risen to 54% of teens who use text daily in September 2009.
In fact, the latter is one of the primary reasons many parents acquire a cell phone for their child.Among those texters: Calling is still a central function of the cell phone for teens and for many teens, voice is the primary mode of conversing with parents.Among cell-owning teens, using the phone for calling is a critically important function, especially when it comes to connecting with their parents.Add the XShare icon to your home screen to access our high quality content even faster!Simply follow these steps: 1) While on any page of press the key at the bottom of the screen AND press "Add to Home Screen" 2) The "Add" screen will pop up and you can rename the icon to anything you like or keep it as is. 3) You're done and now you can access XShare like a app!