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Friday, May 15, 2009

Texting and browsing are almost as popular as talking

A new study from research and consultation firm Frank N. Magid Associates says the average American mobile phone user spends 44 minutes a week talking on their phone, 38 minutes texting and 39 minutes accessing a variety of content, such as news, entertainment, games and social networks. In fact, 51% of all users access mobile content on their handset every week. [Press release via PRNewsWire.com]

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