People living in the City of Brotherly Love lose their phones twice a year, and are most likely to lose them in an auto shop, pizza place or church. Pray tell. Photo Credit: Dan Smith
Seattle dwellers also lose their phones twice a year and are most likely to lose it in a fast food restaurant, followed by a gas station or garage. Photo credit: Jamies
Oakland residents lose (or maybe get their cell phone raided, ha-ha) two times per year on average. The cost adds up to $45 million per year if the phones aren't recovered. Photo credit: Darin Marshall
Long Beach, Calif.
In Long Beach, residents are likely to lose their phones once a year, on average, costing $47 million (if the phones go unrecovered). Photo credit: WPP Pilot
For the residents of Newark, who lose their phone once a year, on average, they might want to set up a passcode to keep snoopers out of their personal information.
Motor City denizens are likely to lose their phones once a year, the report found.
Cleveland rocks, we know, so much that residents get their phones rocked right out of their hands once a year, on average. Photo credit: Burtcbl
Down in Balamer (say it like a local), residents lose their phones once a year, on average.
New York City
New Yorkers lose a phone once a year, and the top place to lose your phone is a fast food restaurant.Photo credit: Terabass
Residents of Beantown lose their phones once a year, on average, though how many of the phones were tossed at passing Yankees fans is still undetermined. Photo credit: Rick Berk