012 Mobile offers NIS 44 monthly plan

Partner VP landline communications Uri Waterman, who manages 012 Mobile: The plan targets both new and current customers.

Orange franchisee Partner Communications Ltd. (Nasdaq: PTNR; TASE: PTNR) brand 012 Mobile Ltd. is matching the discounts of Golan Telecom Ltd. and Hot Mobile Ltd., by offering an unlimited calls plan for NIS 44 per month for a year. The price will rise to NIS 98 afterwards.

New carriers Hot Mobile and Golan Telecom have launched plans at NIS 49 per month for six months, and mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) YouPhone Ltd. has launched a plan at NIS 39 per month for six months earlier this week.

Partner VP landline communications Uri Waterman, who manages 012 Mobile, said that the plan targets both new and current customers.

The two plans are very similar. One offers unlimited calls and SMS to all destinations in Israel, 3 gigabytes of Internet access, and unlimited calls to landline and mobile numbers in the US and Canada. The second plan offers unlimited calls and SMS to all destinations in Israel, 2 gigabytes of Internet access, and unlimited international calls to landlines in 42 countries and to mobile numbers in the US and Canada as well.

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes-online.com - on December 27, 2012

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