1/8 of US households only have mobiles

Dec 11, 2007 | Uncategorized

Another small moment in the conversion to the digital networked society as data from the US federal government reveals 14% of US households do not have a landline. This is more than a statistic about mobile use; it reflects a much wider change in the way digital communications work. There is a clear cohort effect […]

Another small moment in the conversion to the digital networked society as data from the US federal government reveals 14% of US households do not have a landline. This is more than a statistic about mobile use; it reflects a much wider change in the way digital communications work. There is a clear cohort effect in play with 30% of American 18-30 year olds likely to only have cellphones.
From StrategyEye: http://www.strategyeye.com, 10/12/2007

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