Cutting the Cord

Millennials in Canada are increasingly pulling the plug and hanging up the receiver as they opt out of traditional television and phone service in their homes.

The survey finds three-in-ten have either cancelled or never subscribed to home cable service, while more than four-in-ten Canadians choose not to have a landline phone.

Younger generations are leading the way on cutting the cord. Nearly half (48%) of those under the age of 35 have either cancelled their cable or satellite service or never signed up for it in the first place, and an even greater number (63%) are eschewing landline phones.

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