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One cell phone user who uses her mainly for beach and weather reports told AP, "I rarely use this for talking.
As of 2007, 82 percent of Japanese between 10 and 29 use cell phones.
Japan is the world’s third largest cell phone market, with revenues reaching billion in 2004.
Parents use cell phones to keep tabs on their kids.
Some are outfit with GPS devices connected to a system that provides parents with a faxed map showing their child's location.
Many people ride bicycles thumbing away on their cell phones.