Every third Smartphone user in Germany, feels their daily time on the phone too long.
a survey by the opinion research Institute YouGov on behalf of the German press Agency revealed that an estimate 20 percent of their Smartphone usage as “too long”, and a further 12 per cent consider even as “much too long”. The majority of calls their own cell phone behavior “appropriate” (63 percent).
And so, the respondents with partners to see their daily time in front of the Smartphone screen: Overall, a third criticised their use of time as either “too long” (20 percent) or “much too long” (13 percent). The partners spend a “reasonable” a lot of time on the phone, say 51 percent.
In Germany, the industry Association Bitkom estimated that eight out of ten people aged 14 years and over have a Smartphone (81 percent), with 57 million users. The volume of the market around the Smartphone is estimated Bitkom at the beginning of the year to approximately € 33.3 billion – expenditure for equipment, data, services, Apps and infrastructure.