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http://tech.yahoo.com/blogs/hughes/18837 [Broken]Reuters reports that the Carphone Warehouse and the London School of Economics found that one in three people wouldn't give up their cellphone for a million dollars. As a matter of fact, they "would rather give up alcohol, chocolate, sex, tea, or coffee than live without their mobile phone for a month." Responses varied among the 1,256 participants, but the survey did found young Britons under 24 were less willing to give up their mobile, than those over 45. Makes sense since the 45 and over age group didn't grow up with cellphones.
I can hardly believe this. How could a cel phone be worth more than $1000000 to anybody?? Sure $1000000 isn't as much as it used to be but.... it's only a phone!
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