Which states are more likely to forego landlines for cell phones?

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Utah and Oklahoma have the highest rate of households that replaced landlines for cell phones; at least 26 percent as opposed to 20 percent in nine other states. Ivan Zatkovich, a consultant for various telecommunication companies, including Verizon and Deutsch Telecom, explains why these two states boast the highest cellphone-only usage while New York, for instance, is at a low 11 percent.

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