Ga. Regulators Debate Charging The Poor For Phones A utility regulator in Georgia wants to charge low-income customers $5 a month to get government-funded telephone service, a step that he says will deter fraud. Critics worry it will effectively gut the program.
Study: Majority Of US Homes Don't Have, Don't Use Landline PhonesThe rise of the mobile phone has pushed the amount of U.S. homes that have or use a landline down to World War II-era levels.
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