The most recent annual survey on cell phone usage conducted by International Communications Research for AT&T in May 2007 indicates that women talk on the mobile phone almost as much as men in comparison with previous years. There is only 5 min difference in average talk time - 458 minutes for men and 453 minutes for women.
The poll was conducted among 1,006 people and also showed that 45% of the respondents often use text messaging, 44% use camera, 17% play mobile games and 11% access wireless Web and e-mail.
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