A new poll says more Canadians are “opting out” of traditional phone and tv service.
The Angus Reid survey says three in ten have either cancelled—or never had cable—and more than four in 10—don’t have a landline phone.
Millenials are leading the pack in cutting the cord.
Almost half under the age of 35 have done away with cable or satellite service.
63-percent have given their landlines the boot. (photo credit–phys.org)