The End Of The Phone Book

The End Of The Phone Book

As consumers turn more and more toward the Internet to gather contact information, communications companies and states are looking into phasing out white and yellow pages for good.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 18 november 2010

With the increasing (and almost exclusive) use of the Internet as a primary source of contact information for businesses, services, and institutions, the relevance of printing white and yellow pages has been put into serious question, particularly on its negative impact toward the environment.

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