Phonebooks Return as Nostalgic Millennials Long for Simpler Times
In a surprising turn of events, phonebooks are making a comeback. While many thought that the age of paper directories had come to an end, it seems that nostalgia-loving Millennials are keeping the tradition alive.
According to a recent study, over 60% of Millennials reported using a phonebook in the past year, with many citing a desire to disconnect from technology and appreciate the tactile experience of flipping through pages.
Local phonebook publishers are rejoicing at the news, as their sales have seen a significant boost. Some even report having to increase their print runs to keep up with demand.