Thursday, August 23, 2007

Mobile phones 'eroding landlines'

BBCNews reports that according to a report by the UK communications watchdog, mobile phone use is continuing to reduce the amount of time people spend using landlines. The report states that:

For the first time, calls from mobiles now account for more than a third of time spent on phone calls, Ofcom said.

Mobile phone call minutes totalled 82 billion last year, in an overall total of 234 billion. And 9% of UK households rely solely on mobile phones, compared with 7% that only have a landline, the report added.

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