Survey: Smartphone users blame operators for service problems

A new survey conducted by Harris Interactive and commission by Empirix found that about half of adults who experience service problems on a regular basis when using their smartphones blame their mobile service providers for the problems. The survey questioned 2,180 smartphone users who reported having smartphone problems. Article

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