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Israel’s auction of satellite internet equipment to local operators will be among the top 10 Internet auction priorities for next year.
The prime minister’s office said Tuesday that the prime minister had ordered the auctions of satellite equipment and satellite broadband, which were planned for the coming years.
It will be the third time Israel has auctioned satellite internet gear since the start of the current year.
In recent years, Israel has sold nearly $3 billion worth of satellite Internet equipment, and has also auctioned more than $100 million worth of broadband equipment.
Last year, the government set aside $7 billion for the development of broadband, with an eye toward providing Internet access to 1 billion Israelis by 2020.
Netanyahu has said that the goal is to provide Internet access by 2020, though a number of infrastructure projects have been delayed due to financial concerns and other factors.
Last week, the prime Minister’s Office announced that it had decided to extend the auctions for five more years.
The decision to extend these auctions comes as Netanyahu seeks to keep the Israeli economy afloat in the wake of a series of economic downturns.
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, who was the first prime minister to announce the country’s Internet and telecommunications policy, said in 1972 that Internet access was crucial to the success of a democratic country.
Netianism, the countrys state-run telecommunications company, has since been bought out by Israel’s powerful Tel Aviv Telcom, and the country is one of the world’s largest providers of Internet access.
Last month, Netanyahu said that his administration would expand the auction of telecommunications equipment, with the goal of providing Internet service to 1.2 billion Israelis.
Netrativa has already sold off satellite and satellite television sets, satellite dishes, satellite receivers, and other equipment.
It has also said it will sell off a large chunk of the company’s fiber-optic network.