People in Liverpool have longer mobile phone calls than the residents of nine other major British cities, an Ofcom survey has suggested.
Liverpudlians spend six minutes and 51 seconds on a single call, on average.
That’s more than 40% longer than Londoners, who came second in the survey results.
People in Bradford had the shortest conversations on average, at three minutes and 15 seconds.
Data for the survey was gathered from 150,000 mobile phone users between 1 January and 31 March this year.
The survey did not consider calls made via Skype or WhatsApp and similar apps.
The research also found that people who used their phones for online services mostly stuck to wi-fi. Mobile data services such as 3G and 4G were used for less than a third of such