The provided chart depicts the data about how many
British people made telephone calls in three different categories, between 1995 and 2002.
, it can be seen that the length of national and international
as well as
mobile conversations experienced an increase over the examined period. Meanwhile, there was a slight fluctuation in the total number of
of local line communication even though it still became the most popular category among all types.
In 1995, citizens in the UK spent almost 40
on national and international rings. The trend grew steadily until it reached its peak
at the end
of the given year, which comprised just over 60
, calls on mobiles
started from its lowest point in 1995, which was less than 5
before it rose up to approximately 15
, the figure constantly grew up to 45
On the other hand
, in 1995, the local line already had recorded the longest
spent than the two other categories, which was responsible for more than 70
. It increased slowly until its highest level in 1999, for about 90
, it gradually declined over the rest of the given period and stopped at 70ish in 2000, even though the number was still the highest.