Wireless-only customers growing in US
Briefs | 12/05/2007 3:09 pm EST
A new report from In-Stat says that the ranks of wireless-only households continues to grow. As can be expected, the typical profile of a wireless-only customer is a young single person, who is living alone or sharing accommodations. These people are also the least likely to have a landline phone. In-Stat also notes that cord cutters use 22% more mobile minutes than the average wireless users and 40% more than those not willing to cut their landline cord.
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