Pew study shows 25% of teens go online via smartphones

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Mar 13 2013 - 1:35pm

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A new Pew Internet & American Life Project study called "Teens and Technology 2013" says one-quarter of U.S. teens access the Internet mostly via smartphone. Just 15% of of those 18+ do the same.

More than a third of Americans age 12-17 say they own a smartphone device, up from 23% in 2011. And while teen girls are just as likely as boys to have a smartphone, 34% use them on the Web (compared to 24% of boys).

Pew says the teen "cell-mostly" Internet population could mean a surge of mobile Internet use in the near future.

Read Washington Post coverage here.

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