Many people do not know it, but these 6, 7 and 8 February are non-mobile days. This is the 17th edition for this operation whose instigator was the French writer Phil Marso. Concretely, these three days must be a time of reflection where everyone is invited to think about the use they make of mobile phones. That said, it seems very unrealistic that these days without cell phones are respected. Here are 10 digits from Deloitte's latest international survey "Global Mobile Consumer Survey 2016" that prove it.
These figures are based on the Deloitte 2016 survey. The data presented in the French edition are based on a sample of 2,003 French respondents aged 18 to 75 representing the French population. Lenqute was conducted online between May and June 2016 by Ipsos MORI, an independent company specializing in surveys and polls. The data was used by Deloitte.
23% of French respondents consult their smartphone less than 5 minutes before falling asleep.
41% consult their smartphone in the middle of the night.
20% watch their smartphone less than 5 minutes after waking.
84% use their smartphone while watching a movie or TV.
85% use their smartphone with friends or relatives.
The French check their smartphone on average 26.6 times a day (and almost double, 50 times a day, for 18-24 years).
37% start by checking their SMS messaging.
49% of smartphones use it on public transport.
92% use it when they are at work.
43% of 18-24 year olds admit that they sometimes argue with their parents about excessive use of the mobile phone.
Will you participate these days without a mobile phone? Do these numbers surprise you?
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