Monday, April 30, 2007

Moving? Almost HALF Disconnect Their "Land Line" Phone

This is the bigger problem for ARB (and other researchers) than the end of the E-diary:
According to Telephia's Total Communications Survey for Q4 2006, recent movers--those who have moved residences in the past year--are more likely to subscribe to a home phone service from a cable MSO, mobile carrier or VoIP provider. Overall, 49 percent of households who have moved recently have chosen non-traditional residential phone options. Twenty-five percent have opted for wireless only; thirteen percent have chosen a cable phone option; and six percent have switched to a VoIP phone service.

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