Cellcom is an Israeli provider of cellular phone services.
The company assembled 241 antennas and telecommunication infrastructure facilities on occupied land in the West Bank and Golan Heights. It provides cellular communication services to the settlers and Israeli soldiers through sales and customer service centers in the settlements of Ariel, Modi'in Illit, Beithar Illit, and in occupied East Jerusalem.
The company operates a telemarketing project called "Totzaot" that employs ultra-orthodox Jewish individuals from the West Bank settlement of Beithar Illit.
Additionally, the company enjoys the structural advantages of Israeli cellular service providers over Palestinian competitors in the Palestinian market.
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