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Cell phone only households predict modern behaviour: MTM

Briefs | 11/03/2017 4:21 pm EDT

Cell phone only households, meaning those that use only mobile phones and no landline, are growing across Canada and are a good indication of a series of modern habits, said a report published Thursday from the Media Technology Monitor (MTM), a project of CBC/Radio-Canada.

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