Study: Bostonians prefer cell phones to sex
BOSTON -- A new study has found that three out of 10 Boston residents would rather give up sex than their cell phones.
In a study sponsored by Samsung, 31 percent of men and women would rather forgo sex for an entire year than give up their cell phones for the same amount of time.
According to the survey, 38 percent of Boston women would put their sex lives on hold while only 19 percent of men would.
The company surveyed 300 local cell phone users.
The study also found that the average Boston cell phone user spends 3 hours each day chatting or using a cell phones text, picture and video messages, among other features.
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