SPOTLIGHT: EC: More mobiles than landlines in Europe

The European Commission declared in a new report that more European households have mobile phones than landline phones. According to the report, 80 percent of households in the EU have a mobile phone compared with 78 percent who have a landline phone. However, just 19 percent have abandoned landlines altogether to rely only on mobile phones. The report also found that the bigger the household size, the lower the average number of mobile phones per person. Article

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