Complaints rise at Israel Electric

The Israel Electric company reported this week that in 2006, it handled some 21,441 customer complaint calls, a rise of 8% from 2005.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
July 1, 2007 08:10

The Israel Electric company reported this week that in 2006, it handled some 21,441 customer complaint calls, a rise of 8% from 2005. According to numbers provided by the company, Israel Electric serviced some 2.3 million customers last year, making more than 7 million house-calls. Stoppages in electricity, electric-bill disputes and poor-service headed up the list of complaints.


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