Snack Size Communication: Texting on the Rise

Snack Size Communication: Texting on the Rise
Dan Gould
  • 27 october 2008

Is the world’s attention span shrinking? Recent data from Nielsen indicates that “snack-size” communication is becoming the new default mode for many people. They report that as of Q2 of 2008, Americans are sending or receiving more text messages than phone calls. Nielsen says that U.S. mobile subscribers sent and received 357 text messages per month as compared to only 204 phone calls.

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