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Westerners lead way in cell phone access

News | 01/22/2001 5:00 am EST

British Columbia and Alberta lead the country in the percentage of households that have access to a cell phone, both hovering around the 60 per cent mark. It demonstrates that Western Canadians continue to adopt the wireless way of life quicker than their Eastern Canadian neighbours. According to a Decima Research Inc Express Survey, BC has taken over the lead from Alberta with 60.1 per cent of households having access to a wireless phone, while Albertan residences ranked in at 59.4 per cent.

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