PwC hangs up on landlines in shift to ‘mobile first’ culture

Firm says removal of landlines from staff desks reflects changing working practices

The “big four” accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers is to remove all landlines from office desks by the end of the summer, reflecting a shift to mobile phones.

PwC, which has 24 offices across the UK employing about 18,000 people, said the shift to a “mobile first” culture made sense in the modern working environment.

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