Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Quebecers Slower To Embrace Cell Phones: Study
From CTV News:
Quebecers continue to lag behind the rest of Canada when it comes to cell-phone usage, according to data released by Statistics Canada on Monday.
Quebec had the lowest rate of cell phone use in the country in 2008, with just 65.5 per cent of households owning a cell phone.
Meanwhile, nearly three-quarters (74.3 per cent) of Canadian households indicated they had a cell phone in 2008.
The highest numbers were reported in Alberta (84.5 per cent), Saskatchewan (78 per cent), British Columbia (77.8 per cent) and Ontario (76.8 per cent).
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