One Member of Knesset's success at bringing down the mobile monopoly in Israel demonstrates that when there is a will, there is a way. On the minds of 99% of Israelis this week was not the occupation, not the bloated new coalition and definitely not Iran. Israelis were thinking about cellphones. In what was considered a historic moment, the country's three oldest cellular phone companies - Cellcom, Orange and Pelephone - got a great sock in the eye, when two sleek new mobile operators entered the market last week, instantly undercutting the giants. With several more virtual companies on the…Read More... | 13 Comments
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