Monday, May 22, 2006
"According to a survey of telecommunications use and spending by small businesses, companies spend an average of $543.17 per month on telecommunications, 89 percent of that going for local, long distance and wireless telephone service." Seth Godin writes, "$2000 a year - That's how much the typical family in the US spends on telecommunications. It's certainly one of the highest discretionary items in a typical budget, and it's particularly surprising given that long distance is a fraction of what it used to be." (I think that is low by about half). BUT HOW MUCH OF THIS PIE ARE YOU TAKING PART IN???