Israeli cable operator Hot is to be granted an ISP licence by the countrys Ministry of Communications.
Hot will receive the licence once incumbent telco Bezeq is granted a permit to offer triple-play services, according to local reports.
The Ministry of Communications has so far hesitated in granting Hot the licence because of a dispute over the company’s structure and how it plans to sell internet services. The Ministry has expressed concern that Hot could provide both internet connectivity and triple-play services, which could adversely impact existing ISPs and give Hot a marketing advantage over Bezeq, which is currently unable to offer triple-play packages.
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