Comunicado de prensa Sólo uno de tres adultos planean pasar el Día de las Madres con su mamá

Families Living Apart to Blame; Phone Calls, Cards and Flowers Can Now Be Combined With New Options Such as Picture Messaging to Stay Connected With Mom

Bellevue, Wash. — May. 8, 2007

On Mother’s Day, most adults may not be with their mothers, according to the new T-Mobile Mother’s Day Survey on how families stick together.

“En la actualidad, muchos hijos adultos no viven cerca de sus madres”, afirmó David Beigie, vicepresidente de comercialización de T-Mobile USA. “Muchos se mudan a otras partes del país. Y las familias dispersas no se reúnen en el Día de las Madres como lo hacen en otras festividades, como por ejemplo, el Día de Acción de Gracias”.

The survey found that about half of adults (49 percent) said they would not be spending Mother's Day with their mother and another 18 percent were uncertain. Only one in three adults (33 percent) said they will be spending Mother's Day with their mother.1