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Although wireline telephone service continues to provide the primary voice and data communications links for most American households, subscribership has been declining, while the number of wireless subscribers has seen rapid growth. S. 6 This is primarily due to the substitution of cellular telephones for landline telephones. S. S. landline subscribers, and since then the gap has continued to grow. S. S. D. 2 billion telephone main lines in use worldwide. S. Household Landline Telephone Subscribership Data are for November of each year.
Population Gender Male Female Age 18-29 30-49 50-64 65+ Race/Ethnicity White (not Hispanic) Black (not Hispanic) Hispanic (English Speaking) Educational Attainment Less than High School High School Some College College + Household Income Under $30K $30K - $50K $50K - $75K Over $75K Community Type Urban Suburban Rural Percent with Broadband at Home 2005 2006 31 45 27 38 Percent Increase 45 41 38 36 27 8 55 50 38 13 45 38 41 63 31 14 28 42 31 41 35 121 46 10 20 35 47 17 31 47 62 70 55 34 32 15 27 35 57 21 43 48 68 40 59 37 19 31 33 18 44 46 25 42 39 39 Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project47 33 The Communications Sector Worldwide Broadband Adoption The total number of Internet broadband subscribers worldwide reached 217 million in 2005; in 1999 the number was 5 million, and in 2002 it was 67 million.
S. communications industry has undergone dramatic changes in the past few years, with the emergence of mobile wireless telephone networks, broadband Internet access, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), cable telephony, and the introduction of fixed wireless networks in some areas. Although wireline telephone service continues to provide the primary voice and data communications links for most American households, subscribership has been declining, while the number of wireless subscribers has seen rapid growth.
The digital economy fact book by Jeffrey A Eisenanch