As part of its survey, Raymond James asked respondents what features would make them more likely to buy a new iPhone or an Android or BlackBerry device: Bigger screen? Lower price? Better functionality? But it also offered them the option of saying they would never use a particular device. And plenty of respondents availed themselves of it.
The results? 20% said they would never buy an iPhone, 31% said they'd never buy an Android phone, and 71% said they would never purchase a BlackBerry.