Did you know you spent 23 days a year, on your phone?
If all the cellphone bills seemed to be ever surmounting, then there was an explanation behind it all. As it happens, studies show that an average person spends about 23 days a year on his/her phone! (mostly her). That’s over three weeks a year, exposed to radiation from a phone antenna, in touch with someone far away. The survey was carried out by Mobile-phone insurance Web site, MobileInsurance.co.uk, who asked 2,314 phone owners how much time they spent each day sending texts, making calls, using apps and games, or doing anything else on their phones. On an average, users reported a 90 minutes per day time spent on their phones.
90 minutes seems modest, but lets blow it up. It could sum up to 32,850 minutes a year, that’s neary 23 days! It’s time you took stock of what meaning your life holds and the likes.