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Why Millennials Go For Their Smartphone Right After Sex

Checking a smartphone right after sex appears to have become more popular than lighting up a “ciggy”.

New research reveals that one in three millennials checks their phone right after sex, 12 percent check before they’re finished, and 35 percent check their phones at least twice an hour during their vertical hours.

Adding to that 20 percent of millennials said they can’t keep track of how often they check their phones during the day, but said it’s definitely more than 10 times an hour.

Those are among the kiss-and-tell findings of a survey of 2,000 millennials by Coupofy, the online database of coupon and promo codes for redemption through online stores.

On top of that, 73 percent of millennials do to sleep with their smartphone by the bed.chart13

As for how they use smartphones, millennials cited GPS location, games, online buying, sharing via social media and getting news updates as the top five advantages of owning a smartphone.

Coupofy also uncovered the following:

–28 percent of millennials prefer shopping on their smartphones rather than on computers, this is borne out by the face that more than 60% of all orders to JB Hi Fi web site comes from a mobile device.

–40 percent spend the most on flowers when they buy online, followed by taxi and booking services.

–More than 68 percent of millennials consume smartphone-delivered news through Facebook, while Instagram is the primary source of news for 24 percent of high school students.

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