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Australia's obsession with mobile internet-connected ‘smartphones’ has reached new heights (or lows) depending on how you read the results of a Telstra survey.
Australians have admitted to using their devices in bed, on the loo and, alarmingly, when behind the wheel.
The inaugural Telstra Smartphone Index revealed the average Australian had entered a new age in which smartphones go literally wherever they do.
“Whether we’re at home in front of the tele, in the bathroom or in bed, Telstra's research suggests smartphones have become an indispensable way for Aussies to get connected and access the information, entertainment and news that matters to them,” Telstra Consumer Executive Director Rebekah O’Flaherty, said.
Telstra’s Smartphone Index reveals: