Infographic: Travel Mishaps - Avoiding Tech Disasters this Holiday Season

‘Tis the season for long lines at the airport, lost luggage and dropping your smartphone in the toilet! We all know the holidays are hectic and sometimes you find yourself, well disconnected. In fact, 19 percent of Americans say they’ve dropped their phone in the toilet. Have you ever lost your smartphone or laptop while traveling? That happens a lot too. According to the Federal Communications Commission, 29 percent of tech devices are lost in transit or while traveling every year. There are things you can do to avoid these travel mishaps and others, like running out of memory or leaving your phone charger in a hotel room. Check out our new infographic below and stay connected this holiday season.

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