A brand new UK study has shown that women spend no less than 4.75 years on their mobile phone, making or receiving an average of 288,000 calls in their lifetime. This amounts to 42,000 hours, which is more than the 28,500 hours of chatter that the men do throughout their live. This is the equivalent of 3.25 years and 277,000 calls.
The research was done for mobile phone recycler phonepiggybank.com and also showed that British women spend approximately 14 hours, 16 minutes a week chatting on their mobile or landline. Moving on to the funnier side of the statistics, we learn that one in five women has admitted leaving saucy or disturbing messages on a wrong number. Oops?