Short title: Comparative percentage distribution of long cellphone calls (>10 minutes) made and received weekly. Legend: Use of cellphones for long calls was light. There was no statistical difference according to age or gender, although girls were comparatively less likely than boys to make more than 1 long call weekly. Of those low decile students who made long cellphone calls, they were proportionally more likely to spend extended periods on the cellphone than the high decile students. There were too few 10 year olds to include them as a separate category in the analysis.