Smartphones have become an essential tool for today’s life, with nearly 20 million people connected in South Africa alone. But, with phones almost constantly in-hand, damage to a device is almost a given, whether from being dropped or some other accident. Getting a broken or damaged phone fixed quickly and reliably is vital. We look at the stats of who is most likely to lose or damage their cell phone.
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25-Years-Old from Durban, South Africa. Owner & Content Creator on Digital Street. Lead Automation Engineer at Hollywood Sports Book. CEO at Looted Lab. Founder of The Law J Foundation.
26th September 2017
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