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Telia Denmark says most want their Xmas dinner undocumented

Tuesday 20 December 2016 | 12:53 CET | News
Seven out of ten Danes want no mobile phones to appear at Christmas dinner, according to a survey that Telia Denmark commissioned from YouGov. One in five, though, said they thought it was fine to take snaps at the table and share them on social media. Christmas dinner is served on Christmas Eve (24 December) in Denmark.

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Companies: Telia Denmark
Countries: Denmark
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