As a follow up to an earlier entry about Pew’s recent numbers on people living without a landline – they have released a report from their polling partners at Princeton. The report shows the difference between “landline types” and “cell-phone only types”. Alot of this might be predictable – of course the people who have “graduated” to a cell-phone only lifestyle may be a bit saavier than the others. What’s interesting is that they haven’t included VOIP users as a category at all.
It does have some interesting stats – definitely worth a read if you are interested in what makes people tick and how one small choice can say eons about their overall media/information/entertainment consumption patterns.