We're Not Upgrading Our Phones Every Two Years Anymore

Remember back when we'd all upgrade our cell phones every two years like clockwork? Those days are DONE.

A new survey found the majority of people kept their last phone for at least three years.

The top reasons why we finally upgrade our phones are: The phone isn't working as well as it used to . . . it broke . . . it was too outdated . . . or we wanted a hot new model.

And finally, 42% of us have at least one old cell phone sitting in a drawer somewhere. 

(PR Newswire)

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