Talking is not even in the top three activities we do with our smartphones

Posted: July 4, 2012 by konradp1 in Connective Age, Mobile Devices
British carrier O2 released a stat chart what are we most often using our smartphones for, and actually talking with them comes as a distant fifth. The top three are browsing, social network updates and listening to music.
“Smartphones are now being used like a digital ‘Swiss Army Knife’, replacing possessions like watches, cameras, books and even laptops. While we’re seeing no let-up in the number of calls customers make or the amount of time they spend speaking on their phones, their phone now plays a far greater role in all aspects of their lives”.
Is your phone still a mainly calling device – or os that a function of a distant past?

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