We are looking for males and females aged 30-60 to take part in a group discussion for 2 hours in London about mobile phones
London W2 (Paddington)
Wednesday 27th September or Thursday 28th September 2017 (depending on answers)
Please answer the questions below.
How long have you been living in the UK?
Occupation of chief income earner in the household?
Working status i.e. Student, retired, full time working, part time working, etc.
Who do you live with at home?
If you have children, please tell us their ages
Which make and model of mobile phone do you own?
Which network provider are you with for your mobile phone?
When did you get your current mobile phone?
When are you looking to get a new mobile phone or get an upgrade for your mobile phone?
Which of the following plans are you on?
Pay as you Go
How much time, per day, do you spend using data on your mobile phone?
Which of the following do you use mainly on your mobile phone?
Calls, messaging, etc
Apps such as maps, travel, weather, banking, notes, etc
Health and wellbeing apps
Entertainment such as music, TV, podcasts, etc
Which of the following have you done/do?
Read tech news
Create/d your own tech forum/blogs
Contribute to online tech forums
Have a professional IT background
Attend tech events
Take part in tech events
Take part in hackathons
None of the above
For each statement, please tell us if you agree or disagree.
I often buy the latest apps and gadgets
I like showing off my latest tech purchases
I am on a quest to find efficient ways to do things using new tech
I often notice what could be better with digital services/devices/applications
I like talking with others about new technology
I sometimes research new tech products that I can purchase
I am usually open to trying new technology
I am constantly looking for new ways to entertain myself
I am likely to upgrade my mobile phone as soon as a new model becomes available
Please tell us about your favourite memory that is associated with a new gadget or piece of tech.
Please forward this on to anyone you know who may be interested.
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