Apparently we're all SO addicted to our phones that when we go on vacation, we need to pay someone to FORCE us to leave them at home.
There's a new travel company called Off the Grid, and they sell "phoneless vacation" packages. When you go on one of their trips, no phones are allowed . . . and apparently, ALL of their vacations sold out almost immediately.
Their trips cost slightly more than what the trips would cost through a normal agency. Like their eight-day tour of Portugal would be $1,800 for two people, versus $1,700 through a Groupon deal for a similar tour.
But if you don't have the discipline on vacation to leave your phone at home . . . or stay off of the hotel's computers to check your work email . . . maybe they're a good answer. And a lot of people apparently don't have that discipline . . . according to a new survey, 16% of people say they could never bring themselves to totally unplug on vacation, and another 43% doubt that they could.