012 gets extension on telephone license

In December, the company received a permanent license from the ministry to provide fixed line telephone service to businesses on its 072 prefix.

By AVI KRAWITZ
August 8, 2006 09:05
012 gets extension on telephone license

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The Communications Ministry has granted telephone company 012 Golden Lines an additional six months on its experimental and marketing license to provide telephone service to private homes using its Voice over Broadband (VoB) platform. The extended license, which follows the initial permit it received a year ago, allows Golden Lines to provide service to 13,000 private customers using VoB as an alternative to their regular Bezeq or HOT cable lines, and includes the ability to call 1-800 and 1-700 numbers. In December, the company received a permanent license from the ministry to provide fixed line telephone service to businesses on its 072 prefix.

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