The chart below shows the total number of minutes (in billions) of telephone calls in the UK, divided into three categories, from 1995-2002.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparison where relevant.
The bar chart compares three different types of UK telephone calls over a period of 7 years, measured in billions of minutes.
Overall, although the mobile calls were still the least popular in 2002, the gap between the three categories had extended considerably over the 7 – year period.
In 1995, mobile calls has the lowest using by the UK people, nearly 2.5 million minutes. In contrast, local-fixed line calls and national and international calls has the percentage of minute of about 72 million and 37 million, respectively. The period between 1995 and 2002 witnessed a slight increase in the proportion of minutes of local-fixed line calls, reaching 90 million in 1999.
The totals of national – international- fixed line calls relatively go up from 37 million minutes to 62 million minutes for local-fixed line fell sharply from their peak in 1999 to equalize with the figure of itself in 1995. However, the local – fixed line calls were the highest over the period shown.