A new survey by D.C.-based New Millennium Research Council (NMRC) found that 39 percent of monthly-contract wireless users in the United States plan to trim extras such as text messaging and Internet access.
The number represents 60 million people, according to NMRC.
Up till now, many analysts and observers had insisted wireless services were impervious to the economic slowdown. But job losses and bill obligations are causing consumers to rethink their unnecessary expenses and, apparently, texting and wireless Internet fall into that category.
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October 18 2018 @ 22:10:09 UTC