Study: 25% of land-line users would go mobile-only

12/5/2007 | TWICE

About one quarter of current land-line users would consider trading in their current phone systems for mobile phones, according to market-research firm In-Stat. A study conducted by the group found that the average "cord cutters" are young and single and are living alone or sharing quarters, such as a dormitory or rooming house.

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