SPOTLIGHT: Household cell spending may pass landline

Wireless revenue continues to account for an increasingly large chunk of most telcos' overall revenue, so it should come as no surprise that spending on wireless services by individual households is about to surpass landline spending on landline services for the first time. Government data revealed that it almost happened last year, with the average household spending $524 on wireless and $542 on wireline--but that was before the iPhone.

For more:
- see this report in The New York Times

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