One fourth of Minnesota households are using cellphones only and getting rid of the landline, according to estimates released Wednesday, the Pioneer Press reported.
Adults living in the Twin Cities are more likely to be completely wireless in the household, according to the The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A federal report shows Wisconsin's results as the same, the Star Tribune reported.
Twenty-five percent of adults only use cellphones in the household. The amount of cellphone-only users in Wisconsin has risen 15 percent over the past two years.