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  • Millennials won't leave anything at the tone
  • Millennials won't leave anything at the tone
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Millennials won't leave anything at the tone

"It's kind of awkward to leave voicemails now," says 22-year-old college graduate Chris Paul. His sentiments are echoed by his generation, with research showing that voicemail use dropped 8% between October 2013 and April 2014, as texting becomes the dominant communication method.

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