When mobile phone platforms like O2 go down, as happened in the UK late last week, millions of people are affected. This serves as a reminder of just how much we rely on our phones.
An OfCom report earlier this year found that on average we use our phones for up to three hours a day - depending on our age.
We’re actually making far fewer phone calls, prefering to use our phones for messaging, media and other apps.
Phones are sophisticated computers. We buy, sell, bank, entertain ourselves all with the click of a button...
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