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For the first time, Pew Internet asked cell phone owners about video calls, chats, and teleconferences and found that 7% of cell owners have taken advantage of that feature.
Video activities are far less common than other cell features.
This summer, in a nationally-representative telephone survey using landlines and cell phones, the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Project asked for the first time about the prevalence of video calling both online and on cell phones.
The survey of 3,001 adults found that 74% of American adults are internet users and, among those internet users, 23% have participated in video calls, chats, or teleconferences.
The survey also found that 85% of American adults have cell phones and, among those cell owners, 7% have used their phones for video calls, chats, or teleconferences.
That figure comes from adding up the number of adults who said they either had made a video or teleconferencing call online (17% of adults have done that) or made video calls on their cell phones (6% of adults have done that).
In the internet realm, the video-calling has risen modestly from 20% of internet users in April 2009 to 23% of internet users in the summer 2010 survey.
On any given day, 4% of internet users are participating in video calls, video chat, or teleconferencing, up from 2% in April 2009.
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Once more than six people are on the call, just the dominant speaker is shown to all participants.
These figures translate into 23% of internet users and 7% of cell phone owners who have participated in video calls, chats, or teleconferences.