Americans spend more time talking on mobiles: Poll
Washington: Americans spend more time talking on their mobile phones as compared to anyone else in the world, a new survey has revealed.
According to Statista, the average American logged 356 monthly minutes of outgoing calls in 2011 while the average German logged only 78 minutes of outgoing calls each month, Mashable reports.
The poll shows the length of time that mobile subscribers in 10 different countries spent on the phone in 2011.
After the Americans, Canadians come close second, followed by Turkey, Norway and France, where an average individual user spent 188, 184, and 128 minutes respectively.
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