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06 June 2006

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Philippe

Ouriel,

I am working daily with the main Israeli telecom players, and I can tell you that they are far behind the huge progresses that we made in France. The main reason is that the Israeli market is still not fully liberalized. Bezeq has still a monopoly on the last copper mile which enables telecom companies to reach the end users. I hope that Ariel Atias, the new Israeli minister of telecommunications (my cousin may be) will encourage the unbundlding of phone lines which is the real key success factor for broadband services . In France the unbundling has created a technological and a commercial tidewave, which came after 50 years of quiet monopoly by France Telecom.

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