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iPhone more likely to suffer damage, be repaired - survey

Tuesday 19 April 2016 | 13:49 CET | News
Around a quarter of Dutch smartphone owners say their device has been damaged in the past two years, and 61 percent of them had the device repaired. iPhone users were the most likely to suffer from damaged phones, according to a survey by the Telecompaper Consumer Panel in March. Among all Dutch smartphone users, 17 percent said they had a device repaired in the past two years, while 11 percent had a damaged phone but did not get it repaired, most often saying they didn't think the device was worth enough to repair or the damage did not bother them. The most common repair, both for tablets

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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