Janglo gets part of Phone Book

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Janglo, Israel’s largest English-language classifieds website, announced on Sunday that it has acquired a share in Israel Phone Book (IsraelPB), a site that aggregates Israeli phone numbers into one directory for English speakers.

The acquisition adds to the list of Janglo’s services, which includes jobs, housing and sales advertisements, events listings, deals and advice columns.

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“We’re always looking for new ways we can help English-speaking olim get more comfortable in Israel,” Janglo founder and general manager Zev Stub said.

“Working with IsraelPB is a nice tool that will help people find each other offline and recharge relationships.”

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