Are Landline Phones Becoming an Endangered Species?

April 4th, 2014
in News, econ_news, syndication

by Felix Richter,

According to data provided by the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, landline phones are gradually losing relevance in the United States.

Follow up:

The CDC has tracked phone ownership by U.S. households as a by-product of its biannual National Health Survey since 2004. Since then the percentage of households that have a landline phone has dropped from 92.7 percent to 58.1 percent, while the percentage of households with cellphones only has risen from 5 to 39.4 percent.

Infographic: Are Landline Phones Becoming an Endangered Species? | Statista
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