Landlines Being Phased Out

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(Dallas, TX) The lifespan of the landline phone is fading fast.

An industry trade group predicts by the end of this year, just 25 percent of homes will have a wired phone as people switch to cellphones and internet services.

AT&T wants to turn off its copper network by the end of the decade because copper wiring is becoming too expensive to replace.

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