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Over half of US adults now live in mobile-only homes - study

Wednesday 18 January 2017 | 15:10 CET | News
The number of US adults living landline free and with only mobile phones has doubled since 2010, reaching 52 percent last fall, from 26 percent six years before, according to the latest GfK study. As expected, young people live in mobile only homes, but older people are also catching up.

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Countries: United States
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