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Government are exploring the possibility of eliminating consumer debts imposed on cellular companies
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The crisis in the communications industry. Government ministries are exploring the possibility of completely eliminating consumer debts imposed on cellular companies to make it easier for them to cope with competition in the market. Today, companies are required, among other things, to operate a customer service center ten hours a day, provide technical service 24 hours a day, and are prohibited from offering customers a preferred service. Government ministry officials say these were relevant requirements at a time when there were three companies Mobile only, but today companies can be...

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Sep 25, 2019

The court overturned fines that the Consumer Protection Authority imposed on cellular companies
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The court overturned fines that the Consumer Protection Authority imposed on telecommunications companies, and ruled that it had to repay the fines it collected alongside reimbursement of legal expenses. In aggregate, this amounts to more than NIS 5 million, which the PA will repay to four mobile companies, including reimbursement of fines and legal fees. To Cellcom to receive NIS 3.4 million back, and to Partner and Pelephone together to receive NIS 1 million - now joins Golan Telecom, which will receive NIS 612,000 paid as a fine for violating the Consumer Protection Law - according to a...

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Oct 2, 2019

313,000 students will open their academic year and feel they are not well prepared for employment
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More than 313,000 students will open their academic year this morning at 61 higher education institutions. After many political and academic debates in recent years, the Faculty of Physicians at Ariel University will open for the first time today, although the Planning and Budgeting Committee of the Higher Education Council has not approved giving it a budget. 70 students will begin their studies at Ariel Medical School. According to the National Student and Student Union Survey published before the start of the school year, 60% of students stated that they felt that academia was not...

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Oct 26, 2019

Cellcom is raising internet prices but they are not alone: osem joins
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The Israeli economy has not experienced stability since a government in Israel has not yet been established. Negotiations are shuffling and we are exposed to the companies' weapons: raising prices. Osem announced the raising of its pasta prices. And at the same time Frozen meat importers are preparing for price increases of 15% -20%. Alongside the expected price increase, the meat industry is also facing the possibility of a market shortage. As far as is known, most of the effect is expected in the prices of frozen meat products, and subsequently it may also reach processed meat products....

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Oct 28, 2019

Yes launched its TV service over the internet and will gradually leave the  satellite services
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Yes has launched its new TV service over the internet. The new product will be called yes + and will be provided to customers at no extra charge, in addition to the Apple TV stream being provided in a rental model. The Apple TV will be offered as a gift and the value of the benefits will be over NIS 1,000. The package will cost NIS 199 a month. Triple NIS 299 will be offered for yes +. Registration opens today and gradually all customers can receive the product. The interface includes a personal viewing area, scrollability and quick navigation between channels. In addition, the company...

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Oct 28, 2019

HOT concluded the third quarter with revenues of  € 246 million, down 1.6%
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The telecommunications and cable company HOT concluded the third quarter of 2019 with revenue stability, crossing the threshold of one million customers in stationary products. This is according to reports by Patrick Drehi's Altice Europe Altice Europe company, which controls the HOT. Quarterly EBITDA fell 14% year-on-year to € 93 million, which also includes TAT ​​- Altis's technician company in Israel. The company's revenues in the third quarter were € 246 million, down 1.6% on the same quarter. The company noted that the decline was due to continued competition in the company's...

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Nov 12, 2019

Tesla registered a wholly-owned subsidiary in Israel and is expected to begin operations in 2020
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About two weeks ago, Tesla registered a wholly-owned subsidiary called "Tesla Motor Israel". The reason for listing the company is probably the vehicle import regulations in Israel, which require a car importer to be a company, registered in Israel. According to the Companies Registrar, the Company's description is "Import, Distribution, Sale, Maintenance and Repair of Electric Vehicles and Stationary Energy Storage Equipment Systems, Energy Production Equipment, including Solar Panels, Solar Energy Systems, and / or Other Solar Energy Conversion Systems, and General All other energy...

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Dec 2, 2019

Partner TV  has won the VideoTech Innovation Awards competition in London
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Partner TV, the growing television service in Israel for the past two years, has won the prestigious category of 'Featured TV App' for 2019 at the International VideoTech Innovation Awards competition in London. The competition is considered an "Oscar" for streaming and video technology, competing with streaming giants, telecoms and technology from around the world, including Microsoft, TiVo, CenturyLink, Verizon, Chinese ZTE, DAZN specializing in sports broadcasting over the Internet, and more. In the competition, a number of personal awards were given to prominent technology...

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Dec 4, 2019

Upgrade of the northern runway at Ben Gurion will widen unusual noise in more areas near the airport
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The airplane noise from Ben Gurion Airport may expand to additional areas following an update to the Ben Gurion National Outline Plan promoted by the National Planning and Building Council. Two decades after the plan was approved, the council warns of flight loads and difficulties in responding to demand. Therefore, an extension of the activity in the northern route, which has been restricted to date, is proposed according to the plan. The update seeks to apply an equitable division between the northern and western routes over the city of Tel Aviv. According to the council, there has been...

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Dec 5, 2019

Haredi protesters blocked roads in Bnei Brak due  to  the public transport project in Tel Aviv
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Gush Dan municipalities operating the shuttle system on weekends are expanding the service in light of the success of last week. The lineup will be boosted by buses and will begin on Friday at 6 p.m. It will last until two in the morning. The service on the weekend will be increased with a frequency of about 50%. 10% of vehicle fleets will be replaced by buses with 52 seats. The shuttle will be at a frequency of every 20 minutes instead of 30, at lines 705, 706, 707, 708 and 709. Line 710 Will remain on frequency every 30 minutes but will be operated on buses with 52 seats throughout the...

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Dec 6, 2019

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