A breakdown of the average of spending by American people on mobile phone and landline phone services between 2001 and 2010, a 10-year period is illustrated in line chart. Overall, the both expenditures have different rates. In any case, while the cell phone had upward trend, the figure for residential phone services decreased gradually over the year.
In 2001, the most popular Us Consumer was on landline phone services that spent an average under $700, compared with $200 on cell phone services. After 5-year period, the figure for spending on residential phone services declined by $200, but on cell phone experienced a dramatic rise by approximately $300.
The amount of American people purchased on both types of phone services had similar rate in 2006, representing %500. Over following a year expenditure on mobile phone overtook the landline phone services. In 2010, spending on cell phone reached a peak around $750, while the average of spending on residential services fell markedly to $400.