Click me

29 Million Lost and Stolen Cellphones Don't Lie

DON'T EMPTY-HANDED BE LEFT More and more Americans are finding themselves without a cellphone because it was LOST OR STOLEN. But just HOW BIG is this problem? If you collected all the phones that had been lost or stolen in a year, it'd be 29 MILLION or 7910 EMPIRE STATE BUILDINGS tall when stacked on each other. Polar-orbiting Satellite Iridium Satellite Sun-synchronous Satellíte Hubble Telescope International Space Station Our phone has become our lifeline. We use it for everything and are RARELY WITHOUT IT. 31% OF AMERICANS check their cellphones first thing in the morning, even before making coffee or going to the bathroom. 66% OF AMERICANS sleep with their cellphones. In fact, you'd be surprised at what people WOULD RATHER DO THAN BE WITHOUT THEIR CELLPHONE. You're FIRED 52% 287 40% 26% 477 would rather would rather would rather would rather would rather be late for a meeting with their boss fight with their best friend miss a flight or a train lose their have their car credit card break down ASK YOUR WIRELESS CARRIER ABOUT YOUR DEVICE PROTECTION OPTIONS ',, Asurion 2012 claims data 2Survey results based on 5,000 respondents between the ages of 16 and 70 surveyed June, 2013, who contribute to wireless phone purchasing decisions for their household. Margin of error +/- 1.4% asūrion Your Technology Protection Company

29 Million Lost and Stolen Cellphones Don't Lie

shared by taylor.hendon on Dec 23
We know that cellphone theft is on the rise, but just how big is the problem? Well, 29 million phones are lost or stolen each year, which if stacked together would be taller than 7,910 Empire State Bu...






Did you work on this visual? Claim credit!

Get a Quote

Embed Code

For hosted site:

Click the code to copy


Click the code to copy
Customize size