Cellcom to increase rates by 4 percent

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 17, 2010 19:32

 
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Mobile phone company Cellcom informed its clients that it will be raising its rates by 4 percent beginning in December, claiming that the raise is lower due to the erosion of actual rates.

However, charges for some components of the phone plans, including monthly usage fees, will now be increased by more than five shekels.

According to a plan by the Communications Ministry, connectivity fees will be reduced from 25 agurot currently, to 5.55 agurot in 2014.

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