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Belgian children get their first smarpthone at 9 years of age - study

Thursday 28 May 2020 | 15:01 CET | News
Belgian children receive their first smartphone at the age of nine on average, according to a study from Apestaartjaar for 2020 covering Mediaraven, Mediawijs and Imec. This compares to 12 years in 2018, around the time when kids transition to secondary school.

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Countries: Belgium
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