The exodus from land-line phones continues. I spotted this in the Washington Post this morning:
Twenty percent of households had only cells during the last half of 2008, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey released Wednesday. That was an increase of nearly 3 percentage points over the first half of the year, the largest six-month increase since the government started gathering such data in 2003.
Why pay for a cell phone AND a land line? How 'bout a very unscientific survey... have you cut the cord?