Just like computers and the Internet, mobile phones are becoming common personal items for older persons. In early 2006, 60 percent of people aged 65 to 74 years and 36 percent of people aged 75 years and over owned and used mobile phones in the UK . Actually, older people have a much higher adoption rate of mobile phones than of Internet usage . Many older persons use mobile phones in both leisure and work contexts. However, while for some older persons, communicating using mobile phones seems to be an enjoyable experience, most mobile phones had not been designed…
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