Home Phones Becoming An Expensive Luxury
A recent report by Nielsen has indicated that more and more Americans are hanging up their landlines in favor of sole reliance on their mobile phones. The report showed that 17% of American households have hung-up their landlines for good – and not surprisingly, it has predominantly been the young and the poor. Nearly two-thirds of those are under 35 and 46% earn under $50,000 a year.
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