March 27, 2012 5:55 AM BST
An interesting result to a Nokia survey. SMS and e-mail rate higher than voice calls, and all three come in ahead of Facebook as the prime means of communicating on mobile devices.
Consumers also prefer mobile voice to fixed-line, and VoIP.
Video calling barely even ranked in the survey.
Only disappointment is the firm doesn't say how many people took part in the online poll. Makes it kind of hard to judge the relevance of the results, even if they do make for interesting reading.
Check out Nokia Conversations for the details