Most Germans cannot be without phone for more than a week

Monday 20 July 2015 | 10:38 CET | News
Some 60 percent of Germans cannot be without their mobile phones for longer than a week, according to a survey by the Mingle-Trend blog. Teenagers in particular do not want to give up their smartphones for longer than a week, with only 16 percent saying they could manage, compared with 59 percent of respondents aged between 60 and 69. It found that 6 percent of the people asked could not go without their mobile phones at all.

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