Landlines are Losing Relevance
The declining relevance of landline phones is no surprise. As mobile phone ownership continues to skyrocket, the need for a landline phone has all but disappeared.
It has been a speedy transition over the last 10 years. To illustrate this dramatic change, Statista has created a chart using data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Since 2004, the number of U.S. households with a working landline phone has plummeted from 92.7% to 58.1%. During the same period the number of households that rely on cellphones alone has risen to 39.4%.
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