80% of Belgian kids have a smartphone - study

Wednesday 7 October 2015 | 18:16 CET | News
Around 80 percent of Belgian youth aged 13-16 now own a smartphone, Datanews reported, citing a study by Wiko and iVox among more than 2,600 Belgians. Parents cited a number of reasons why they bought smartphones for their progeny, with Flemish parents saying the mainly did it because their kids asked for one (51.5%) and Walloon parents saying they wanted their kids to have a phone in case of an emergency (46.6 percent).

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ivox
Countries: Belgium
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