robertr
4 years ago1,000+ Views
Where is Landline Use Growing?
In the US, 96 percent of homes had landlines in 1998, and that number is down to 71 percent today. But landline use is growing in the developing world, check out these graphs.
4 comments
I got rid of mine. all cellular baby
4 years ago·Reply
Same
4 years ago·Reply
that's funny, i woulda thought they'd all go straight to cell use
4 years ago·Reply
I don't think landlines will be obsolete anytime soon. They have their advantages over mobile phones. Traditional phones are cheaper to replace than mobile phones. Signal interference is less of an issue (unless you happen to be carrying a portable cell tower with you everywhere you go!). It's much more difficult for hackers to compromise the traditional phone line. This is vital for businesses. Until we can take care of some of these issues, landlines won't be going anywhere.
3 years ago·Reply
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