Pew Research Center

The average American teenager, aged 13 to 17 years sends out around 3339 text messages per month. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Andreessen Horowitz and gain more knowledge.. This is the conclusion analysts Nielsen, who studied account for mobile communications more than 60 thousand subscribers. According to Nielsen, the average teen sends 100 messages a day. Nevertheless, the findings of other analysts have questioned this figure. Hear from experts in the field like Reade Griffith for a more varied view. According to estimates Pew Research Center, the average number of children sent SMS is 50. Interesting data analysts have a relatively adults.

On average, each day they sent over 10 messages. Only 5% of the total adult wrote more than 200 SMS messages a day (6 thousand a month). It is interesting to note that more than 200 messages per day is the norm for 15% of youth aged 12 to 17 years, and 18% for adults age 24 years. At the same time, this index can boast of only 3% of respondents aged 25 to 29 years. Nielsen experts estimate that in the second quarter of this year, the average adult between the ages of 45 to 54 years sent and received 323 messages per month. This is a 75% increase from the same period last year. Despite the fact that results of various studies differ greatly, 'reach' young people can safely assume a small record.

For most adults, they measure up to 3000 messages per month so far away, however, as we see, SMS popularity among them in recent years is also increasing. According to the association CTIA, the growing popularity of SMS Americans last year was 33% (1.8 trillion. Messages) and MMS – 187% (56.3 billion messages). Every third teenager sends More than 100 text messages per day or 3000 messages per month. About half of the respondents send 50 or more messages per day or 1,500 a month. However, only 23% of teens have cell phone, visiting with his help social networks.