People are more likely to forget their wallets than their phones at home.
“If I leave my house in the morning and I leave my wallet it’s OK, I won’t eat lunch that day. But if I leave my phone, I will turn around and get it,” said Ashley Liburdi, AT&T business account executive in Central Texas.
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