Younger and younger children carry cell phones

A London firm that tracks youth and technology issues predicts that the number of American children aged 5 to 9 with cell phones today --now estimated to be about 200,000 -- will nearly double by 2006. Experts say parents of children that young need to assess their youngster's ability to handle the responsibility and clearly spell out the rules for using the device.

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