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Landline phones in N.D. up for first time in 10 years, wireless phones down

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BISMARCK – The number of landline telephones in North Dakota increased this year for the first time in a decade, the state’s Public Service Commission reported Thursday.

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North Dakota currently has 258,152 land lines, an increase of 2,181 from last year’s count but still down 25 percent from 2004’s count of 344,704.

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