The average Australian will spend 16.6 years of their life on their mobile phone - equating to 5.5 hours every day or a total of 145,800 hours - based on the average age of around 10 years old that we get our first phone - and average Australian life expectancy.
Digital experiences are key to winning the attention of tech-savvy younger generations, with young Australian travellers expecting their priorities of convenience and service to be delivered via their digital devices, according to a survey by travel company Travelport.
SPONSORED Guest Opinion by Simon Lockington, Director of Global Solutions Enablement, Equinix Asia-Pacific
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