Staying Connected Isn't Cheap

Some number-crunchers figured out the true cost of owning a smartphone over your lifetime. They added up the amount of money spent on continually replacing your phone throughout your life, the cost of wireless service and the cost of apps … which brings you to just over $75,000. If you’d put that money into an investment account that earns just 4 percent returns, you’d come away with $300,000. That’s a lot of money. But, it’s a small price to pay for the ability to check Instagram and play Candy Crush, isn’t it? (New York Post)


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