Results for - The Phone Book

770 voters participated in this survey

  • 1. Do you have phone book in your house still?
    Yes, I use it often | 32.99% | 254 votes
    Yes, but it's never used | 36.62% | 282 votes
    Not sure | 7.66% | 59 votes
    No, I don't have a phone book | 22.73% | 175 votes
  • 2. Should the phone book stop being printed?
    Yes, it has been replaced by the internet | 33.64% | 259 votes
    Undecided | 24.29% | 187 votes
    No, the phone book is still used by most | 42.08% | 324 votes
  • 3. Would you prefer the phone book available by request only?
    Yes | 64.55% | 497 votes
    No | 35.45% | 273 votes

04/04/2013 Products 6

Comments

  • MrsWare profile photo
    I prefer to have a laptop or a cellphone because it is more simpler to just ad a contact to a phone and make a quick call than it is to flip through the pages of a phonebook to find a number then dial it number by number how slow is that?
    about 1 year
  • dutrisac profile photo
    You can't level a chair with a lap top
    about 1 year
  • patrick27 profile photo
    I like using the printed matter in my hands, but do not print them so often, if it keeps costs down. not necessary !
    about 1 year
  • zeroj20 profile photo
    The are obsolete now. I never even open them and just throw them away.
    about 1 year
  • blue profile photo
    If phone books become available by request only, it should be possible to make that request *online*. I don't want to snail-mail anything or painstakingly spell my name and address to a phone rep.
    about 1 year
  • Loowees profile photo
    I like having a phone book, but sometimes we get too many of them, and too often. Phone company could save a lot of money by not issuing them so often, and maybe our phone bills would decrease some.
    about 1 year