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U.S. Residential Landline Displacement 2015–2019 Forecast

U.S. Residential Landline Displacement 2015–2019 Forecast

This IDC study details the migration of consumers from landline voice to wireless-only households from 2015-2019. The study also examines the key trends affecting the growth of consumer landline displacement and analyzes the impact of displacement on telcos, cable operators, and mobile operators.

"The consumer cord-cutting phenomenon continues to expand as wireless services become more pervasive and consumer usage of mobile handsets and devices in the home expands," said Amy Lind, research manager, U.S. Consumer Multiplay Services. "Still, IDC believes that landline voice services will remain relevant for millions of consumers, particularly those that value the reliability and quality of service available with a landline connection."

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Definition
Methodology
Situation Overview
Survey Results
Future Outlook
Forecast and Assumptions
Landline Displacement Forecast
Market Context
Essential Guidance
Advice for Landline Providers
Advice for Mobile Operators
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Synopsis
Table: Top 3 Assumptions for the U.S. Residential Landline Displacement Market, 2015–2019
Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the U.S. Residential Landline Displacement Market, 2015–2019
Table: U.S. Household Landline Displacement, 2013–2019 (000)
Table: U.S. Household Landline Displacement Share, 2010–2019: Comparison of December 2013 and March 2015 Forecasts (%)
Figure: Reasons for Not Using a Mobile Phone as a Primary Home Telephone
Figure: U.S. Household Landline Displacement Share, 2010–2019: Comparison of December 2013 and March 2015 Forecasts

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