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I work for cellularisrael.com  ☺
My history of posts should show that.... 

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There are people on the list only used CI to open a line with a national carrier.  Why would CI save their CC?

Cellular Israel needs to pass on the info to the carrier that you ask us to set you up with. Similarly to any location that signs you up has your credit card information. We are not exactly storing them however since we receive them from you, the hacker was able to get them.

Like i posted that we have since raised our security level and not even those credit card that are passed through us are available anywhere.

Furthermore, there is no valid credit card on the list that we have no spoken to them and have them cancel it.  This is old news and has long been dealt with. The only issue we have no is getting it offline which we are having trouble doing so, yes we already contacted the hosting website as well as the domain registrar but to no avail. We are open for input.

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As you saw the previous post we did contact each customer that was targeted..

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About a year ago our database was hacked and there was an unauthorized access to our customers' information. Since them we added many security features and encryption, involved the appropriate authorities and raised the level of awareness, to continue to protect the information of our customers.

Recently if has come to our attention that the the information is still available online. We have already reached out the the web hosting of that site as well as the domain registrar to have it removed, however it seems that this is not a simple quick process. All of the available information is outdated and unusable as we contacted our  loyal customers to cancel their card (if we haven't heard from them that they have already done so).  Feel free to contact us if you have any more questions or comments.

Dovy Schwarzmer
CellularIsrael.com

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Tech Talk / Re: Cell Phones in Israel
« on: January 10, 2017, 02:15:58 AM »
About a year ago our database was hacked and there was an unauthorized access to our customers' information. Since them we added many security features and encryption, involved the appropriate authorities and raised the level of awareness, to continue to protect the information of our customers.

Recently if has come to our attention that the the information is still available online. We have already reached out the the web hosting of that site as well as the domain registrar to have it removed, however it seems that this is not a simple quick process. All of the available information is outdated and unusable as we contacted our  loyal customers to cancel their card (if we haven't heard from them that they have already done so).  Feel free to contact us if you have any more questions or comments.

Dovy Schwarzmer
CellularIsrael.com

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Tech Talk / Re: Cell Phones in Israel
« on: July 01, 2016, 06:44:10 AM »
Anyone ever have luck on unlocking a straight talk wireless phone.. trying to unlock it so it can be used in israel on golan network ... when i put the sim in, it doesnt say anything about a code though but theres a message about service provider not found and my apn sertings are grayed out...?
straight is verizon.....make sure its on GSM not CDMA if it still does this its an issue that you need to root the phone and play with it..... hours of work!

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Tech Talk / Re: Cell Phones in Israel
« on: June 09, 2016, 06:01:15 AM »
First of all, thanks for replying ...
I need the internet mostly for GPS as I will be driving for most of the 2 weeks (not planning to stream).
I read the Wiki, and the most of the Wiki looks like for long time renting. Would the 10GB plan for 60 shekels be for 2 weeks or a month? Also, how much is SIM with this plan?

Wazes hardly uses data and 10  gb is plenty.  The charge is on the 25th for the following month  and 49 shekels for the sim on activation date.

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Tech Talk / Re: Cell Phones in Israel
« on: June 08, 2016, 08:44:38 AM »
I will be in Israel for 2 weeks, what are my options for the Phone/Internet services?
I will mostly need Internet (using Waze and WhatUp for calling), and do not need US number.

I will need the same services for 2 people/phones and we have 2 unlocked iPhone phones.

TIA.

FYI for cellular Israel i can attest their good prices and service. and i believe many of you here will agree.

keep in mind that mobile data does not compare to real wifi (landline internet) in the most part. It's good for mobile usage but not for heavy streaming etc....
I would go for golan 10GB plan  two for 60 shek.....just not from me ;)

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Tech Talk / Re: Cell Phones in Israel
« on: June 03, 2016, 06:32:59 AM »
Do you by any chance work for them?

Guilty as charged.... 😯😯

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Tech Talk / Re: Cell Phones in Israel
« on: May 31, 2016, 05:53:06 AM »
I know cellular Israel is usually the cheapest and very good customer service. I heard that they are lowering their rental rate for more than one month.... give them a call

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Tech Talk / Re: Cell Phones in Israel
« on: January 02, 2016, 04:58:35 PM »
In that case, can anyone recommend a good option for 7 days? Just talk, text, data. US number not necessary.

Cellular Israel can reactivate your cellcom sim. you can also purchase an Israeli number which you can use on all future trips and then you only pay for the days that you use the sim card. Cellularisrael.com 7182890195. Amazing how advanced everything became! I still remember refilling by "bigtalk" in the gas stations lol

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Tech Talk / Re: Cell Phones in Israel
« on: October 28, 2015, 05:57:40 AM »
Cellular Israel offers phone rentals in Israel for $5 a day unlimited talk, text, DATA and unlimited calls to the USA. After 14 days the price drops to $4 and after a month you only pay $3 a day. Cellularisrael.com or call 718-289-0195

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Tech Talk / Re: Cell Phones in Israel
« on: October 28, 2015, 05:54:34 AM »
Cellular Israel offers phone rentals in Israel for $5 a day unlimited talk, text, DATA and unlimited calls to the USA. After 14 days the price drops to $4 and after a month you only pay $3 a day. Cellularisrael.com or call 718-289-0195

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Tech Talk / Re: Cell Phones in Israel
« on: July 14, 2015, 04:34:00 PM »
i don't know how much support you would get from Golanusa, i know Cellular Israel is good and i have no experience with Golan Israel Sims. Hope this helps.

Golan USA is only kdai if you are going short term. If you are doing long term get from a regular golan dealer that will offer support etc.... I know celular israel offers english cs for a couple of bucks a month.....

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Tech Talk / Re: Cell Phones in Israel
« on: May 28, 2015, 10:01:30 AM »
at golanusa.net they charge you an additional $15 to cover shipping and their commission as you will be cancelling within 90 days ...... each additional sim btw is only $1 and not $15 each

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