Are you a no-shame quick replier, or do you “play it cool” when it comes to texting a new love interest? Try this quiz to find out.
Research has revealed lovebirds in a new relationship spend an average of 41 minutes on the phone a day during the ‘honeymoon period’ – which slumps to just 19 minutes, within two years.
A study of 1,000 UK adults aged 18-44 in a relationship found most are highly responsive the early stages of a romance.
Love-struck daters will reply to a text within 16 minutes and 50 seconds during the early days – but this drops to 24 minutes over time.
Bond Zhang, CEO at global tech brand HONOR UK, which commissioned the research to launch the HONOR Magic5 Lite with a two-day battery life, said: “Staying connected via your phone plays a key role in modern day dating.
“As the research shows, many agree the first two days of messaging someone are crucial when it comes to cementing a relationship.
“And a quarter admit if they didn’t receive a reply two days after the first date, they wouldn’t even think about a second date, which shows how make-or-break that period can be.
“Forming those bonds – whether it’s through a call, texting or sharing your favourite meme – can help a budding relationship blossom.”
Staying in touch with loved ones
The different ways in which couples interact over the phone appears to fall over time, too, as in the early days people send 15 messages and an additional seven social media posts day.
However, two years into a relationship, this dropped to 12 messages and six social media messages and tags.
As relationships progress, people noticed the amount of time they spent chatting to their partner on the phone dipped around 11-and-a-half months in.
While 59 per cent think they spent

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