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Mobile & Wireless

Most UK consumers want stronger mobile phones - survey

Thursday 5 April 2012 | 20:45 CET | News
A survey by comparison website GoodMobilePhones shows that most UK consumers want their handsets to be stronger, T3.com reports. A total of 89 percent of mobile phone users believe that their handsets should be made stronger, with over 75 percent thinking that current devices are weaker than models from five years ago. Of the 1,000 Brits surveyed, over 50 percent said they had physically damaged their handsets in the last year, with the iPhone 4/4s voted the weakest model.

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