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Mobile workers: keep control of the phone fiends

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By Nick Mansley, 24 April 2017

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In 2015, Ofcom headlined the press release to its annual Communications Market Report: The UK is now a smartphone society. It’s hard to disagree. And needless to say, the trend towards greater smartphone usage has continued since.

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