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The ubiquitous presence of cell phones in emerging economies has brought about a wide range of cell phone-based services for low-income groups. Often times, the success of such technologies highly depends on its adaptation to the needs and habits of each social group. In an attempt to understand how cell phones are being used by citizens in an emerging economy, we present a large-scale study to analyze the relationship between specific socio-economic factors and the way people use cell phonesdoi:10.1145/2160673.2160684 dblp:conf/ictd/Frias-MartinezV12 fatcat:a5644qtmjresxfq4eccksj6sda