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Has anyone moved to Golan / Hot in recent times without problems?


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5. Going eager is about supporting the tycoons, going to the Golan is supposedly to fight them. However, no one will have a doubt - though Michael Golan branding himself as one who really wants to make a revolution but on the bottom line his goal is to make money and a lot, no less than the tycoons. He simply introduces himself as the "knight" who comes to make the change.

The fact that he is branding himself that way, and that his final interest is to make a profit-that's true, no doubt.

On the other hand, it is also the first to go out at such a price, and also declares several times that the real price for cellular phones in Israel is 100, which will remain the same in the future.

And after all, I think it would be better for them to end up with 5 large communications corporations than 4, and therefore support the Golan at the beginning.

6. Finally, regarding free calls abroad, the service is currently not active in the Golan Heights

This is not true, certainly active.

My friend has been making calls abroad through Golan for two weeks, including yesterday.

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The fact that he is branding himself that way, and that his final interest is to make a profit-that's true, no doubt.

On the other hand, it is also the first to go out at such a price, and also declares several times that the real price for cellular phones in Israel is 100, which will remain the same in the future.

And after all, I think it would be better for them to end up with 5 large communications corporations than 4, and therefore support the Golan at the beginning.

I did not claim for another second, but there are people who look at him as the savior even though the bottom line is that he is another "tycoon" (and in France he is a huge communication tycoon), simply one who brands himself more beautifully.

This is not true, certainly active.

My friend has been making calls abroad through Golan for two weeks, including yesterday.

interesting. Unless something has changed recently, according to all the publications it is inactive, because they have not yet received all the licenses to be international operators (unless I missed something that happened in the last few days, but I'm pretty much following the subject).

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interesting. Unless something has changed recently, according to all the publications it is inactive, because they have not yet received all the licenses to be international operators (unless I missed something that happened in the last few days, but I'm pretty much following the subject).

There are some contradictory reports but here is relevant information

http://news.pocket.co.il/content/viewnews.cgi?id=EFFluyuEFuFZUHOmuN&style=pkt7&tmpl=pkt7

It is the end of May, but there is the following article from the 06 / 06 and the name is listed: "The Ministry of Communications instructed the Company to stop providing overseas calls until the subject of the operating permit is "

http://www.mako.co.il/digital-cellular/revolution/Article-20fbdbc4ba2c731006.htm

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Recently I've seen a lot of messages from people who have undergone mobility without problem, I think the problems are over.

The pressure also seems to have calmed down - I signed up for the Golan yesterday afternoon. Already in the evening the status of the invitation has changed to "SIM SENDED"!

I jumped into the water and swung my orange. I'll report what happens.

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I signed up for the Golan on Monday or Tuesday a week ago. By Thursday I had the SIM. I did not touch until Friday, and by the end of the week they were no longer mobile, so ..

This morning the process of mobilization began, and a little while ago it was over.

I have a full reception at home (meaning without roaming to Cellcom) and everything is wonderful.

About speed ............

Here's a speed comparison Between Orange and the Golan Heights. The two (slower) tests of Orange were yesterday. The test today is Golan.

All the tests were done from the same place (my home) and the same server (Haifa) .. Golan's absorption is on its infrastructure (ie without roaming to Cellcom).

Have phun.

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SMS for simple verification does not reach the Golan / Hot (GeTaxi / Pango, etc.).

Sign in to Golan's account and allow you to receive messages from content services, after you have completed all your subscriptions, you will cancel back.

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