Britons get stressed without mobile phones - Survey
LONDON (AFP) - Over half of Britons feel anxious when they lose their mobile phone, run out of battery or credit or have no network coverage, according to a survey published Monday.
Some 58 percent of men and 48 percent of women panic when they hit a problem with their cellphone, while nine percent of people feel stressed when they turn their mobiles off, it said.
Pollsters YouGov, commissioned by the Post Office, questioned 2,163 people online earlier this month.
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