Nov. 15 (Bloomberg) -- The number of telephone users in Israel to switch providers almost tripled since interconnect fees were lowered and fines for changing were abolished in December 2010.
The number of customers that have moved providers this year rose to 234,070 at the end of the third quarter from 80,507 a year earlier, Israel’s Ministry of Communications said in a statement today.
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