The EU's DG Information Society recently released this, which reports the results of a household survey of communications usage within the EU. There are many interesting things to be found in this report. You might enjoy comparing the results of this survey with those of the Pew Internet and American Life Project.
One thing that caught my eye was the response to Question 9 (p. 13), which was an exploration of the reasons why a household might not have a fixed line ... 38% cited mobile service that serves the needs of the household, and 30% said they did not want a fixed line.
So, enjoy your reading ... what did you find interesting in this report? Why?
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