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Mobile Etiquette

Briefs | 02/01/2007 5:00 am EST

Canadians opt for text messaging instead of voice conversations when speaking out loud would be impolite, according to a Fido-Léger study of wireless habits. Most of the 2,118 survey respondents said it’s more acceptable to use text messaging than talk on the phone in restaurants, on public transit, and in line at the grocery store.

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