Italian kids getting upwardly mobile

20 Jul 2005

A report by Italy’s Telefono Azzurro has found that more than half of Italian children aged between seven and eleven years old own a mobile phone. The National Report on Infancy and Adolescence Conditions discovered that 51.6% of the age group had their own mobile handset, a figure that dropped to around 30% when broadened to include the age group of five-to-13 year-olds.