Deloitte research of 4,150 reveals UK smartphone owners’ device usage habits; 39% of respondents believe they use their phone too much. Of these, 83% would like to do something about it – representative of 14 million people in the UK; Of the 42.5m people who own or have access to a smartphone, 7.6m (18%) feel the need to constantly check...
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