TracNotes reports on a survey from Harris Interactive on cell phone usage. Interestingly, only 39 percent of those surveyed said they would never disconnect their landline. But we know how swiftly technology can change everything.
Nearly one in ten (9%) U.S. adults have “cut the cord” with their wireline telephone companies and are now using wireless phones exclusively for their calling needs, according to a study released this week by market research firm Harris Interactive. Additionally, more than half of U.S. adults are “seriously considering” or “somewhat considering” giving up their landlines.