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Daily emotions influence mobile phone usage

dreamstime_623218_3A study of over 3000 people in the UK  has found that there is a direct correlation between the way people use their phones, and the way they feel for the day.
Here are some Quick facts:

• 78% of Brits tell somebody they love them on the phone every day
• Just 1 in 15 people said they could go the day without using their mobile phone at some point
• Brits have an average of 50 people in their Phonebook contact list they haven’t contacted since adding their details
• Although people have an average of 95 people in their Phonebook, 69% of people call or text fewer than 8 people every week
• 18% of people have pretended to receive a phone call or text

Via Usabilitynews

Filed under: Social Media

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