More People Than You Might Think Still Have Landlines 

Most of those landlines, however, aren’t POTS lines.

The landline telephone is disappearing in America, as nearly 75% of people having cut the (phone) cord to go strictly with cellular service. Still, that means a quarter of Americans do have a landline, and that population is heavily concentrated in the northeast. The reason? Bundle pricing with home internet service. The Washington Post’s Department of Data has more on this intriguing phenomenon.