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This week’s cellphone outage makes it clear: In the United States, landlines are languishing

  • Landline phones are becoming rare in the US, with 73% of adults living in wireless-only households in 2022.
  • The rise of smartphones, like the iPhone in 2007, shifted phones from voice communication to data-saturated computers.
  • The outage during the AT&T network problem showed the importance of having landlines as backup communication.
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