Fixed line phones threatened by mobiles and VoIP in Australian households

11 May 2008

Many suspected it because of anecdotal evidence
that often apartment renters no longer bother to connect fixed line
phones. Now a new report confirms it. Nearly half of household
consumers with a phone in Australia prefer to use their mobile phones
as their primary means of voice communications.

According to a new report from the Australian
Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), Telecommunications Today:
Consumer attitudes to take-up and use, 90% of household consumers have
both a fixed line phone and mobile phone. Of those households, 45%
prefer to use mobiles for voice.

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