Thursday, December 08, 2005

20% Have No Landline Phone, Study Says

"New research by trade group Consumer Electronics Association shows a shift away from landlines to wireless phones for many consumers, particularly younger age groups, those who rent their homes and singles. A full 17 percent of consumers who purchased wireless phones in the last 90 days reported using their wireless phones exclusively..... The study also found the majority of consumers are satisfied with their wireless phone buying experience, which may be helping to increase the number of wireless-only households. The study found high satisfaction levels for in-person as well as online purchases of wireless phones." Without landlines, wireless and cable have the advantage. Or MDU strategies.

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