SPOTLIGHT: What's that? Men talk more than women?

The notion that women talk more than men has been refuted, at least when it comes to chatting on mobile phones. Cingular Wireless' annual survey gauging wireless usage shows that for the sixth consecutive year, men talk more--16 percent more--on their wireless phones each month than women. This year's survey showed that men talk an average of 546 minutes per month on their cell phones, compared to 470 minutes per month for women. Moreover, more men lost their cell phones than women, 28 percent compared with 23 percent. Article


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