Almost 25 percent, and as high as 40 percent in some locales, have cut the cord and gone wireless only. Look for that number to approch 75 percent within three years. R.C.J.
Here's what Wireless Week says: One of every four U.S. households has cut the cord, according to a survey conducted by the Center for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC reported that 24.5 percent of U.S. households used only wireless phones in the second half of last year, up from 22.7 percent in the first half of last year. In addition, one of every seven households had a landline but received almost all their calls on cell phones.
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