Friday, April 23, 2010

New Report About Teen Texting

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The Pew Internet & American Life Project released results of their research about the habits of teens texting. The statistics are staggering. Just ask any parent of a teen who has racked up a texting or cell phone bill of over $400 in the first month. That's because parents fail to pay the additional $5 for the unlimited texting service. It is worth the cash outlay to keep your blood pressure down when that first teen cell phone bill arrives.
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