If you dislike talking in the morning you are not alone. Our Mobile Manners survey reveals that we much prefer talking on the phone after midday...
The truth has been revealed: the British just don’t like mornings. According to our poll findings, 80% of us are more receptive to making and taking calls after midday, while for 40% of us early evening is the preferred time to talk on the blower. We wanted to see if people in the capital get going a bit earlier than the rest of the country and it turns out they don’t.
Duane Turner, 30, who works in media sales and lives in Brixton says, “I’m definitely not a morning person. I don’t really like speaking to anyone in the morning. Even at work I try and avoid phone calls before midday, I find it hard to wake up until after lunch.”
Vince Tumi, 19, a student from Farringdon agrees with Duane. He says, “I don’t really start doing things until the afternoon so I would certainly fall into the category of those who are more receptive to making and receiving calls in the afternoon.”
For more surprising discoveries about our mobile phone habits and eccentricities, stay tuned to blog.vodafone.co.uk/mobilemanners