The Hunger Games return with such a sequel twist that you can't believe writer Suzanne Collins didn't think of film when writing. Catching Fire builds up with all types of subversive messaging which is interesting but also brings into relief the limitations of the genre and film.
@remaininlight: If you think about it...how would businesses and government places communicate with consumers and citizens? Will all the employees have cells with the same number? I mean right now you call one number to get a place or official etc that you wanna talk to. How will it work with just cell phones?
I think so, yes. I mean I don't own a landline and I don't know many people my age who do. Granted most people my age live in dorms or apartments and are in college, but I don't really plan on getting a landline unless I really have to I just don't see the point since I already have my cellphone.
No, because landlines can offer more than just phone service. Additionally, there's only so much bandwidth in the air to be had so that limits growth. The last expansion was made possible by the FCC auctioning off the UHF band.
I would get rid of my landline in a second except I need it for broadband. I see some providers have started to offer broadband without a landline but the price is nearly the same as with one so what's the point?