OSLO, July 7 (Xinhua) -- A recent survey showed 56 percent of interviewed Norwegians said they felt addicted to mobile phone, public broadcaster NTB reported Saturday.
More than 50 percent confirmed that they could not be without mobile phone for more than several hours, according to the survey conducted by Respons Analysis for newspaper VG.
People have a bad conscience that the phone makes them less present at the moment. At the same time, they are also afraid not to be available to others if they leave it away, the report said.
The survey also showed that mobile users who are less than 30 years old have more bad conscience than the elderly.