Answer: The time on a telephone varies drastically according to technological status and from culture to culture.From 0 (those without phones - and there still are billions of people who do not have a phone) to probably one tenth of a lifetime (there could be some hundred thousand who attain that level).So an "average" is not very meaningful.
Answer: around £300 a year per a person Who ever wrote this: ^^^^^ is wrong. Some people spend 300$ on shoes a year. And what about growing children, and getting new fashions for teens? It all has to add up to more than 300$-Just saying. A person who doesnt care about fashion may spend 300$ but I know many people who dont. It all just depends on the amount of money you have, what you are willing to spend, and how quickly you grow or want new clothing.
I think it really does depend on a lot of things. How much income you make, if you have growing kids, if you are fashionable... etc. For an average family, they would spend around 1000 each. This is based on personal experience. For a family who is below most families would spend around 300 dollars. But most of all, it does depend on how much your willing to spend.
Answer: There is not enough data to answer this question. The answer depends on the number of days, hotel type, where you go and how you get there. NYC is an expensive city to go to, but if you use the subway and public transportation you can save money compared to a cab. Where you stay makes a difference and can range from a hostel to luxury hotels. If you go out to eat and party in the night spots that can be expensive.