Motorola sells Mirs to Altice

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Motorola has sold Israeli iDen operator Motorola Intergrated Radio Systems (Mirs) to French media and telecommunications investor Altice. The transaction is subject to customary closing conditions and the agreement's terms are not being disclosed. Mirs currently serves around 500,000 subscribers in areas including health services, fire and rescue and transportation. Altice founder and president Patrick Drahi owns 44 percent of Israeli cable operator Hot, through Cool Holdings. Altice also holds 24 percent stakes in French cabler Numericable and business operator Completel. French newspaper

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Altice Europe / Hot / Mirs
Countries: Israel
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