More and more of us are going with wireless-only telephone service. You can save money, and you're using your cellphone all the time anyway.
Who are the biggest landline cord cutters? According to Pew Research, it's those in the West and South.
The state where people most rely on their cellphones isn’t, as you might think, a busy metropolis (like New York) or a city crowded with texting college students (like Boston). It’s scenic, sparsely populated Idaho, where as of last year more than half (52.3%) of adults lived in households that had cut the landline-phone cord completely.
Thinking about ditching your landline, too? Not so fast! Read what I have to say about the trend first.