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Mobiles still used by most Hungarian youth for calls - study

Friday 8 July 2016 | 10:08 CET | News
Most young people in Hungary (78 percent) still use their mobile phones primarily for making phone calls, but the second most common activity (72 percent) is using various messaging apps such as Facebook Messenger or Viber, according to a survey conducted by Telenor in seven countries. Viber and other chat apps are more popular than texting, the research also found. The study was conducted by Telenor Research, the research arm of Telenor Group, among mobile users aged 16-35 years in Thailand, Malaysia, Pakistan, Norway, Sweden, Serbia, and Hungary. While Hungarian youth consider traditional

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Facebook / Skype / Telenor / Viber
Countries: Hungary / Malaysia / Norway / Pakistan / Serbia / Sweden
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