Almost a third of Britons thinks the phone is the most important thing in everyday life

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Almost a third of Britons have called the mobile phone the most important thing in daily life, according to a survey by the Nationwide Building Society.

In the study, respondents were asked why they use mobile phones. The majority of respondents said that using the phone to call and send messages. On the second place answer «for photographing» — 40% of respondents. «To carry out banking actions online,» said 30%. Another 25% use a mobile phone instead of a player, and 21% — to view the news.

The company notes that by the end of 2018, the bulk of payments in the UK will be done through smartphones and credit cards – the so-called non-contact way, as well as cash.

A representative survey was conducted among UK residents over 18 years old.

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