Technologically Outnumbered

Mobile phones in New Zealand outnumber the country’s population, according to a study conducted by global market research firm TNS, which surveyed 48,000 people in 58 countries finding that almost half of New Zealanders aged 31-40 own a smartphone. Those aged 22-30 followed closely behind in smartphone use. TNS noted there were 5,020,000 mobiles in New Zealand. In contrast, the country’s population is 4,433,087.


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