What nation is stronger than all the rest depends on the smartphone?

In social research, "What people most strongly dependent on smartphones" held by the Swedish mobile operator Tefficient, attended the respondents 32 European and Asian countries. As it turned out, the answer to this question is quite unexpected. Stronger than all of its mobile phones depend on Finns. But if a good think about it, this is not surprising, because it is home to Finland is such a popular brand like Nokia, which certainly heard almost everyone.

What nation is stronger than all the rest depends on the smartphone?

The reason for such a high dependence on the Finnish smartphone experts believe a very attractive rate plans that allow them to just pennies do not get out of the Internet in the subway, on the run, the breaks at work, if not in working hours, if the boss does not see. Surprisingly, the Finns use cell phones are twice as likely than those in South Korea, who took second place in the ranking. A good break, you will agree? This problem is greatly concerned about the Helsinki Health Department, as an increasing number of young parents prefer to spend time in the company's smartphone, paying less and less attention to their young children. On this subject, even social advertisement was filmed in which a huge black raven takes to the beach a little girl while her mother enthusiastically reads something in her smartphone. Finnish video viewers did not like and did not come on the slogan of the soul, which accompanied his government: "Negligence - modern violence". Another interesting trend is the fact that many parents go in the footsteps of their children and try to use your smartphone in any free minute, absorbing more and more Internet -kontenta. Previously this could only be noted for the youth, but now even elderly people spend literally days and nights buried in your phone.

The population of Finland is 5, 5 million people, while the number of active mobile tariff plans has nearly 11 million. Approximately two tariff plans per capita. Given that the tariff plans are not in any way restrict the volume of Internet traffic, the Finns can understand. It is very handy to always have on hand the smartphone and tablet with unlimited access to the global network. But is it good for the nation as a whole?