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Partner Communications, Israel's second-largest mobile phone operator, said on Sunday it signed a collaboration agreement with Amazon Prime Video for its TV service. Partner TV customers now have access to the Amazon Prime Video service on Partner TV set top boxes. Partner said it is the only television service in Israel to offer the Amazon Prime Video application on a set top box and the first Over the Top service in the world to support this application on an Android TV set top box.
On a per-share basis, the Rosh Ha Ayin, Israel-based company said it had a loss of 8 cents. The mobile phone network operator posted revenue of $241 million in the period. For the year, the company reported ...
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On a per-share basis, the Rosh Ha Ayin, Israel-based company said it had profit of 9 cents. The mobile phone network operator posted revenue of $234 million in the period. Partner Communications shares ...
Israel's largest mobile operator, Cellcom , said on Monday it was in negotiations with rival operator Partner Communications to cooperate in building a nationwide fiber optic network. "The agreement, if concluded and executed, will allow the companies to avoid duplicated future deployment, as well as allow the company to reduce costs while improving its ability to provide quality services," Cellcom said in a statement to the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. Having their own cross-country fiber optic network would allow the companies to better compete with Bezeq, Israel's biggest telecom group, which dominates fixed line services.
On a per-share basis, the Rosh Ha Ayin, Israel-based company said it had net income of 6 cents. The mobile phone network operator posted revenue of $230 million in the period. The company's shares closed ...
Partner Communications , Israel's second-largest mobile phone operator, said on Wednesday it would push ahead with the development of a nationwide high-speed fibre optic network to make it more of an integrated multi-service telecoms group. In the past few months Partner has also connected up about 30,000 homes to its ultra-fast fibre network in 20 cities, mainly in the centre of the country including Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. "By the end of the year we will more than double what we have done now," Partner's Chief Executive Isaac Benbenisti told a news conference in reference to the 30,000 homes which have been hooked up to fibre so far.
Partner Communications, Israel's second-largest mobile phone operator, said on Monday that streaming giant Netflix will be available on Partner's new television service. The two sides formed a partnership in which Netflix will be directly accessible from Partner's TV service that is expected to be launched in the coming weeks and will be based on the Android TV operating system. Partner will be the first Israeli telecoms provider to offer Netflix on its set-top box, it noted.
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The Rosh Ha Ayin, Israel-based company said it had net income of 9 cents per share. The mobile phone network operator posted revenue of $221 million in the period. Partner Communications shares have climbed ...
Partner Communications , Israel's second-largest mobile phone company, reported a steeper than expected rise in quarterly profit that was boosted by lower operating expenses. Partner said on Monday it earned 51 million shekels ($14 million) in the first quarter, up from 14 million a year earlier. Operating expenses declined 19 percent amid a network sharing agreement with rival HOT Mobile.