Study: 13% of Cell Phone Users Don't Use Them
Jul 3, 2009
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More than 13% of U.S. subscribers with cell phones don't make calls, says a Lightspeed report, while 52% make at least one call per day. About 35% never send text messages.

The study also reported that women send more text messages than men, with 29% compared to 25% sending at least one text per day, whereas men and women make the same percentage of voice calls each day. In addition, mobile Web browsing is the most popular daily activity (at 14%), while taking photos is the most popular weekly mobile pastime (at 37%).

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