Cord-Cutters Pose Threat to Landline

Marek, Sue
July 2006
Wireless Week;7/1/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 14, p11
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the threat of wireless calling plans and mobile phones on traditional landline telephone carriers. Research from the NDP Group revealed that some consumers, called cordcutters, use their mobile phones as the only phones, while more, the partial replacers, are using mobile phones as the primary communications device while keeping a landline connection. Carriers have adopted the trend of increasing the number of free anytime minutes in rate plans.


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