British telecom firm severs ties with Israeli counterparts

UK’s FreedomCall informs Israeli company of decision via email, blames Gaza operation Meir Orbach

British telecommunications firm FreedomCall has terminated its cooperation
with Israel’s MobileMax due to the IDF operation in Gaza.

"We received an email from the British company informing us that it is
severing all ties with us and any other Israeli company following Israel’s
strike in Gaza," said CEO Raanan Cohen.

"We weren’t expecting this from them and there was no prior warning. I don’t
intend to appeal to them or answer the letter."

The email from FreedomCall said, "As a result of the Israeli government
action in the last few days we will no longer be in a position to consider
doing business with yourself or any other Israeli company."

MobileMax, established in 2004, produces a program providing cellular phones
with inexpensive international service.

 

 

 

 

 

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