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By comparison, 67% of all teens say they talk to friends on a cell phone, and 58% of all teens say they have ever sent a text message.
Beyond age, there are few differences in mobile phone ownership by other personal characteristics.
Girls and boys are equally likely to own a phone and there are no differences by race or ethnicity in phone ownership.
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Text with the ones you like and block the ones you don't. You are joined into a chat room with all these people you dont even know.
Cell phones and mp3 players are personal and heavily personalized devices and tend to be “owned” by one individual.
Game-related devices are more likely to be conceived of by families as “owned” by the children in the household, while computers are more likely to be owned collectively by the family, or by the adults in the household.
Among 12-13 year olds, 52% had a cell phone in 2008.
Mobile phone ownership jumped to 72% at age 14 in that survey, and by the age of 17 more than eight in ten teens (84%) had their own cell phone.
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Let's be honest together and discover new confessions! Our users may compare the app with random chatting platforms, but "Anti Chat" is not affiliated with Chatroulette, Omegle, or similar services in any way. The chat rooms are filtered and pre-moderated for inappropriate content. I wish there was more control on the chats that you are first given cause I got a New York Chat room, yet I live in Florida so Im probably gonna leave that cause I wont understand most of the stuff people in there talk about. They have chat rooms that are meant for adults and certain lifestyles.
The Project first began surveying teenagers about their mobile phones in its 2004 Teens and Parents project when a survey showed that 45% of teens had a cell phone.