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May 27, 2013
10:39 EDTCELCellcom Israel announces approval of a settlement agreement in a class action
Cellcom Israel announced the Israeli Supreme Court approved a settlement agreement executed and reported in May 2012. The settlement agreement related to 1.a lawsuit approved as a class action in November 2010, (and appealed to the Israeli supreme Court, against 013 Netvision, or Netvision, a wholly owned subsidiary of the company, and two other long distance operators, for a total claimed amount of approximately NIS 2.2B, of which approximately NIS 818M was attributed to Netvision, and 2. a purported class action filed against the same defendants in February 2012, for an amount of approximately NIS 2.7B claimed from each of the defendants. The plaintiffs in both the class action and the purported class action alleged that the defendants misled the purchasers of certain long distance prepaid calling cards as to the amount of minutes included in those cards. Under the settlement agreement, Netvision and another defendant will provide certain long distance prepaid calling cards, free of charge, for an aggregate amount which is not material to the company, and will further provide certain information in relation to the usage of the cards. The third defendant is not a party to the settlement agreement.
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August 27, 2015
05:25 EDTCELCellcom Israel announces preliminary review of possibility to buy Golan Telecom
Cellcom Israel announced its intention to review the possible purchase of holdings in, or assets of, Golan Telecom, an Israeli mobile network operator and competitor of the company, following an invitation by Bank Rothschild, representing Golan Telecom's shareholders. There is no assurance that the company will make an offer to purchase Golan Telecom nor as to the execution of such a sale. Finally, the company can provide no assurances as to the impact of this sale, and any potential sale of holdings in, or assets of, Golan, on the parties' agreements or the competitive environment in the market.

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