Israel's cell phone revolution isn’t over
One year after reforms sent prices for mobile telephones tumbling, the industry is still struggling to adjust to new environment.
On May 14, 2012, the biggest upheaval in the history of the Israeli mobile market began. Two new networks launched, up-ending the comfortable three-company monopoly. As prices collapsed, a decade of consumer injustice came to an end.
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