AT&T Looks to Drop Landline Business

One in five people in the United States has a mobile phone and no landline phone.

AT&T wants to leave the landline business.

AT&T wants to leave the landline business.

One in five people in the United States has a landline and no mobile phone.

These people need to move into the 21st century.

AT&T has indicated to the Federal Communications Commission that it would like to exit the landline business.  Supporting the dwindling number of landline subscribers is no longer a very profitable business for the major carriers who are now more interested in mobile, television, and high speed internet.

The penny said goodbye to copper.  Maybe it’s soon time for AT&T to say goodbye to copper wires.

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