U.K. Poll Finds 33% No Longer Talk on Their Phones

We still call the devices “phones,” but “voice” was not on a list of the top 10 most-used mobile phone features in a recent poll of 1,000 people in the United Kingdom, conducted by Oxygen8 Group.

In fact, 33 percent of respondents claim they no longer use their phones to make or take calls.

Granted, the online poll appears not based on a randomizing process, so likely is not representative of the “typical” user, but the results are a surprise, nonetheless.

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source: Oxygen8
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