COVID influences how U.S. consumers buy new smartphones

While COVID-19 is making itself heard loud and clear again in the U.S., shows how the virus plays a part in determining how Americans purchase their new smartphones. During the second quarter of this year when the pandemic was still creating havoc in the states, online smartphone sales rose 13% from the first quarter. During the same period, smartphone purchases made by telephone were responsible for 12% of handset sales.
With online handset sales rising and consumers making purchases over the phone, it shouldn’t come as a shock that smartphone sales made in …
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