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Have you ever noticed how much people are on their phones nowadays? Walking around, you see that everyone has a phone in their hands or pockets. Its 2012, and phones glued to our sides is just the norm. According to this data, people from ages 18 and younger talk on the phone about 21 minutes per day, while ages 64 + talk about a solid 13 minutes or so. The in between is usually the working class, therefore more to talk about. But the highest time is 33 minutes? That's is? In today's society, we rarely talk on the phone anymore when we can do things like e-mail or text message.

Via: CellPhoneTrek