Israel, Palestinians sign 3g mobile network agreement
Nov 24, 2015 Israel and the Palestinian Authority recently signed an agreement that will allow a long-awaited third-generation (3G) mobile network in Gaza and the West Bank.
According to the Israeli spokesperson, the decision was made after concluding a security examination by the Communications Ministry.
Under the interim peace accords, Israel effectively has the final say in allocating radio frequencies in the West Bank, where the Palestinian Authority exercises limited self-rule.
In a statement posted by the Palestinian official news agency WAFA, the agreement will enable the companies benefiting from the service to begin coordination with the Palestinian ministry of telecommunication to begin the implementation of the agreement on the ground.