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  • Kids in Brazil learn before play
  • Kids in Brazil learn before play
    Robert Mynard ©
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Kids in Brazil learn before play

At age 5, around half of children go online every day, increasing to about two thirds by 8. By the time kids reach adolescence, 95% are on smartphones and tablets. In Brazil, an app from telco brand Vivo ensures that kids learn a little before they dive into a digital playground.

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