According to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, the total number of phone extractions is “less than 1% of the total U.S. population.”
The average cost of a phone extract is about $1,000.
This is about the same as the cost of buying a new smartphone, according to the phone extraction website Phone Extractions.
A survey of phone owners by the phone-extraction website Phone Extraction, conducted in May, found that about a quarter of phone users said they have used the extractors in the past month, but only 20% said they use them for business.
This suggests that phone extractists are mostly used by consumers and that consumers are not as concerned about the safety of their phones as they might be.
However, that does not mean that extracting phones is safe, especially if they are used for a criminal purpose.
Phone extractors that have been used for criminal purposes include: A black market in stolen phones