Cell Phones Use Among Adults (Pew Study)
By Amanda Lenhart
September 2, 2010
Texting by adults has increased over the past nine months from 65% of adults sending and receiving texts in September 2009 to 72% texting in May 2010. Still, adults do not send nearly the same number of texts per day as teens ages 12-17, who send and receive, on average, five times more texts per day than adult texters.
The original purpose of the cell phone is still the most universal – nearly every cell phone user makes calls on their phone at least occasionally, and the average adult cell phone owner makes and receives around 5 voice calls a day…
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