Residential Phone Lines Dwindling

Residential Phone Lines Dwindling

As wireless services improve, traditional phone lines are going away

SNL Kagan expects that telecommunications carriers’ market share of fixed residential telephone service to decline, mostly due to IP voice services from cable operators.

In the past two years, the telcos’ share has dwindled from 90% to 74% of total connections. Over the next five years, that share will fall another 23%.

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XM-I Goes Wireless


XM-I of Singapore are keeping themselves occupied as they have just revealed information on a wireless version of the next generation X-mini Capsule Speaker. There is no word on whether this new speaker will rely on Bluetooth or radio frequency to get audio signals across, but at least you don’t have to worry about tangled mess (although new worries light sound quality and a shorter battery life do come into play).

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