Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Wireless Rules


At the end of last year there were 233 million wireless accounts in service in the U.S. market. Access lines in service at the largest eight U.S. wireline carriers amounted to 139.2 million (at&T, Verizon, Qwest, Embarq, Windstream, Century Telephone, Citizens and Cincinnati Bell). Not to mention the directional change: wireless is still climbing, wireline still dropping. Of course, one has to add back in three million cable industry voice customers. But you get the point. Wireless increasingly is the way the mass market does voice.

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