There comes a time in the life cycle of every phone, where you start to wonder if it's time to upgrade. No matter how awesome your phone is right now, eventually you'll need to trade it in for a newer model. Whether you are always on the lookout for your next phone, or you wait as long as possible, it's inevitable.
Which brings us to this week's poll. We want to know how often you purchase a new phone. We've got five options for you to choose from this week: "Once a year", "Once every other year", "When a new phone comes out that gets my attention", "When I break or destroy my phone and need a new one", or "when my phone becomes seriously out of date".
Do you like to hang on to your phone for as long as possible? Do you prefer to regularly upgrade your phone? Be sure to head into the comments and let us know how often you purchase a new phone!
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