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Partner Communications Reports Third Quarter 2012 Results
[November 21, 2012]

Partner Communications Reports Third Quarter 2012 Results

ROSH HA'AYIN, Israel --(Business Wire)--

Partner Communications Company Ltd. ("Partner" or "the Company") (NASDAQ: PTNR) (TASE: PTNR), a leading Israeli communications operator, announced today its results for the quarter ending September 30, 2012.

Q3 2012 Highlights (compared with Q3 2011)

  • Total Revenues: NIS 1,315 million (US$ 336 million), a decrease of 25%
  • Service Revenues: NIS 1,150 million (US$ 294 million), a decrease of 16%
  • OPEX: NIS 942 million (US$ 241 million) compared with NIS 1,252 million, improved by 25%
  • OPEX excluding equipment4: NIS 793 million (US $203 million)compared with NIS 952 million, improved by 17%
  • Net Debt: NIS 4.1 billion (US$ 1.0 billion), a decrease of NIS 0.6 billion
  • Cellular Subscriber Base: 3.04 million at quarter-end

1 Annual rate based on comparison of third quarter 2012 to the third quarter 2011.

2 Free Cash flows from operating activities before interest payments, net of cash flows used for investing activities.

3 For definition of EBITDA measure, see "Use of Non-GAAP Financial Measures" below.

Commenting on the third quarter results, Mr. Haim Romano, Partner's CEO, said:

"The financial results of the third quarter reflect the financial and operational robustness of Partner. The Company reported a strong free cash flow for the third quarter after investments, which totaled NIS 375 million, an increase of 20% compared to the previous quarter. At the same time, we continue to significantly reduce our financial debt and, in the past year, the Company has reduced and repaid debt in the amount of NIS 700 million. Moreover, the operational efficiency measures implemented by the Company over the past year are yielding good results and, among other things, have led to a decrease in the operating expenses by approximately NIS 600 million in annual terms, while improving organizational processes and raising the level of customer service.

Mr. Haim Romano noted: "In the third quarter, Partner invested NIS 125 million mainly in the upgrade of major parts of the cellular network to a speed of 42 Mbps, as well as, in preparation for the fourth generation technology and in vast areas of the country, Partner's distinct technological advantage is discernible through the speed of browsing. The Company continues to invest in the world's leading IT systems, as well as in the development of digital channels to enhance the customer experience."

Mr. Haim Romano emphasized: "We continue to adhere to the strategy of focusing on the customer and to constantly improve the customer service, with the understanding that the package price is not the main factor in creating customer loyalty. We believe that quality service, offering innovative products and services and an advanced network will enhance and enrich the customer experience, and strengthen the customer's attachment and loyalty to the Company. The Company continues to adhere to the "Clear" policy which does not prefer new customers over existing customers, even at a cost of a limited reduction in market share, a concept that reinforces the level of loyalty of our customers.

Our customer's satisfaction and loyalty is also reflected in the highest level of ARPU in the market, despite the increased market competition from a multiplicity of operators. We believe the Company's customer service continues to be the best in the cellular market and, during the third quarter, Orange was awarded first place among all major cellular operators in Israel in the 'Market-test index for customer experience'."

Referring to the changes in the telecommunications market, Mr. Haim Romano said: "At the end of the previous quarter Partner launched the 012 Mobile brand, which is primarily based on a self-service model through the internet for customers who want pure cellular network services. We are satisfied with the enrollment of tens of thousands of customers to 012 Mobile, most of whom were previously customers of our competitors".

During the third quarter the operational merger with 012 Smile was completed, which enhanced Partner's leadership as a comprehensive communications group and has increased the value for our customers. During the quarter, the Company launched bundled service packages offering cellular, fixed line and ISP services, which have been very successful.

In conclusion, Mr. Haim Romano said: "The financial and operational robustness of the Company, its significant core strengths and competitive ability to quickly adapt to the changing reality, in addition to our consistent investment in innovative growth engines, affirms our position as leaders in the telecommunications market."

4 Operating expenses including cost of service revenues, selling, marketing and administrative expenses and excluding depreciation and amortization.

Mr. Ziv Leitman, Partner's Chief Financial Officer commented on the quarter results:

"The financial results of the third quarter compared to the previous quarter reflect the impact of increasing competition, on the one hand and the continued impact of the efficiency measures implemented by the Company during the past year and the seasonality effects, on the other hand.

The Company reported this quarter a strong free cash flow (after interest payments), which totaled NIS 310 million. The cash flow was positively affected by the decrease in working capital, following a decrease in equipment sales and the relatively high proportion of equipment sales by credit card and cash. Assuming these trends continue, the decrease in working capital is expected to continue, which should positively affect the free cash flow in the coming quarters.

Despite the fierce competition in the cellular market the Company succeeded this quarter in maintaining an ARPU level which totaled NIS 97, the highest in the cellular market, compared with NIS 101 in the previous quarter. The ARPU was mainly affected by the continued price erosion and the transition of customers to unlimited packages, which was partially offset by seasonal roaming revenues. The high ARPU reflects the Company's strategy to find a balance between a high ARPU level and market share, in part as a result of our refusal to be drawn into a price war, thereby allowing us to maintain high ARPU. The Company estimates that the level of ARPU for the fourth quarter will be lower than in the third quarter, as a result of seasonality effects and continued price erosion in the market.

In the third quarter, the Company continued to implement efficiency measures while strictly controlling its cost structure. The Company's operating expenses (excluding equipment, depreciation and amortization) decreased in the third quarter by approximately NIS 60 million, a decrease that resulted from the efficiency measures and one-time decreases in royalty expenses and other expenses.

The Company continues to adjust its workforce to the changing market conditions and, in the third quarter, the number of positions was reduced by approximately 850. In total, from September 2011 until the end of October 2012, the number of positions has been reduced by approximately 2,725 positions, mostly by reducing the level of new recruits. The number of employees on a FTE basis at the end of October 2012 was 5,863. The Company will continue in the coming quarters to implement operational efficiency measures and to reduce operating expenses.

The Company's investments in fixed assets totaled NIS 125 million in the third quarter and over the past nine months the Company has invested approximately NIS 371 million in the network and IT systems. Investments in the fourth quarter of 2012 are expected to be at a higher level than in the previous quarters; however, total annual investments will not reach the level of approximately NIS 650 million that was estimated in the annual forecast for 2012.

The Company's net debt at the end of the quarter totaled NIS 4.1 billion, reflecting a decrease of approximately NIS 600 million over the past year. The company intends to use its strong cash flow and to take measures to reduce the level of net debt by an additional amount of approximately NIS 800 million. In light of the decreasing net debt trend, the Company took measures in recent months to reduce the financing costs including, among others, early repayment of bank loans, a significant reduction in our unused credit facility and the adoption of a buy-back plan of bonds."

Key Financial and Operating Indicators5



    Q3'12   Q3'11   Change
Revenues (NIS millions)   1,315   1,751   -25%

Operating Expenses6

942 1,252 -25%
Operating Profit (NIS millions) 217 314 -31%
Net Profit (NIS millions) 110 172 -36%
Free Cash Flow (NIS millions)   375   376   -
EBITDA (NIS millions) 401 529 -24%
EBITDA Margin (%) 30% 30% -
Cellular Subscribers (end of period, thousands) 3,042 3,201 -5%
Quarterly Cellular Churn Rate (%) 10.4 7.2 +3.2
Average Monthly Revenue per Cellular Subscriber (NIS) 97 111 -13%
Average Monthly Usage per Cellular Subscriber (minutes)   457   410   +11%
 

Partner Consolidated Results

  Cellular Segment   Fixed Line Segment   Elimination   Consolidated
NIS Millions   Q3'12   Q3'11   Change %   Q3'12   Q3'11   Change %   Q3'12   Q3'11   Q3'12   Q3'11   Change %
Total Revenues 1,049   1,449   -28% 304   347   -12% (38)   (45) 1,315   1,751   -25%
Service Revenues 892 1,070 -17% 296 341 -13% (38) (45) 1,150 1,366 -16%
Equipment Revenues 157 379 -59% 8 6 +33% - - 165 385 -57%
Operating Profit 184 300 -39% 33 14 +136% - - 217 314 -31%
EBITDA   328   447   -27%   73   82   -11%   -   -   401   529   -24%
 

5 See also definitions on first page.

6 Operating expenses including cost of revenues, selling, marketing and administrative expenses and excluding depreciation and amortization (NIS millions)

Financial Review

In Q3 2012, total revenues were NIS 1,315 million (US$ 336 million), a decrease of 25% from NIS 1,751 million in Q3 2011.

Service revenues in Q3 2012 totaled NIS 1,150 million (US$ 294 million), decreasing by 16% compared with NIS 1,366 million in Q3 2011.

For the cellular segment, service revenues in Q3 2012 were NIS 892 million (US$ 228 million), a decrease of 17% from NIS 1,070 million in Q3 2011. The decrease largely reflected the continuing price erosion of cellular services including voice and data services, following the entry of new competitors (MVNO's and new operators) in the first half of the year, as well as the continued decrease in revenues from roaming services. The decrease also reflected the lower postpaid cellular subscriber base which has decreased by 6% on an average basis over the past year. For the fixed line segment, service revenues totaled NIS 296 million (US$ 76million) in Q3 2012, a decrease of 13% from NIS 341 million in Q3 2011. The decrease in service revenues for the fixed line segment mainly reflected the decrease in the average subscriber base in the fixed line market over the period, as well as price erosion in fixed line services.

Equipment revenues in Q3 2012 were NIS 165 million (US$ 42 million), decreasing by 57% from NIS 385 million in Q3 2011. The decrease was due to a significant reduction in the quantity of cellular equipment sold in Q3 2012 compared with Q3 2011. In line with the second quarter, the main factors that led to the reduction compared with the parallel quarter included strengthened competition for handset sales, the Company's strategy to require more stringent payment terms, a general decrease in market demand reflecting the high proportion of smartphones sold last year, and an end to the use of special discounts for customers with new handsets.

Gross profit totaled NIS 381 million (US$ 97 million) in Q3 2012, decreasing by 30% compared to NIS 541 million in Q3 2011, principally reflecting the decrease in gross profit from cellular services and cellular equipment sales.

Operating profit in Q3 2012 was NIS 217 million (US$ 55 million), decreasing by 31% compared with NIS 314 million in Q3 2011. For the cellular segment, operating profit decreased by 39%, whereas for the fixed line segment, operating profit increased by 136%.

EBITDA in Q3 2012 totaled NIS 401 million (US$ 103 million), a decrease of 24% from NIS 529 million in Q3 2011. The cellular segment contributed EBITDA of NIS 328 million (US$ 84 million) in Q3 2012, decreasing by 27% from NIS 447 million in Q3 2011. The fixed line segment contributed EBITDA of NIS 73 million (US$ 19 million) in Q3 2012, a decrease of 11% compared with Q3 2011.

Operating expenses (including cost of service revenues, selling, marketing and administrative expenses and excluding depreciation and amortization) totaled NIS 793 million (US$ 203 million) in Q3 2012, a decrease of 17% or NIS 159 million from Q3 2011. Operating expenses in Q3 2012 were positively affected mainly by the efficiency measures implemented by the Company as well as from a one-time reduction in cellular royalty expenses in an amount of approximately NIS 20 million, which was recorded following an amendment to the royalty regulations, as well as a one-time reduction in fixed-line infrastructure expenses in an amount of approximately NIS 8 million.

Financial expenses, net in Q3 2012 were NIS 68 million (US$ 17 million), a decrease of 16% compared with NIS 81 million in Q3 2011, mainly reflecting the lower debt level (see Funding and Investing Review below).

Net profit in Q3 2012 was NIS 110 million (US$ 28 million), a decrease of 36% from NIS 172 million in Q3 2011. Based on the weighted average number of shares outstanding during Q3 2012, basic (reported) earnings per share or ADS, was NIS 0.71 (US$ 0.19), a decrease of 36% compared to NIS 1.11 in Q3 2011.

Funding and Investing Review

In Q3 2012, cash flows generated from operating activities before interest payments, net of cash flows used for investing activities ("Free Cash Flow") totaled NIS 375 million (US$ 96 million), approximately no change from NIS 376 million in Q3 2011.

Cash generated from operations decreased by 4% from NIS 513 million in Q3 2011 to NIS 491 million (US$ 125 million) in Q3 2012. The decrease was due to the decrease in net profit, partially offset by a larger decrease in trade receivables in Q3 2012 than in Q3 2011.Cash generated from operations for Q3 2011 was positively affected by arrangements made by 012 Smile with credit card companies to advance the billing cycle payments by a number of days. These arrangements improved operating cash flow by approximately NIS 37 million in Q3 2011.

The level of investment in fixed assets in Q3 2012 including intangible assets but excluding capitalized subscriber acquisition and retention costs, net, was NIS 125 million (US$ 32 million), a slight decrease of 5% compared with NIS 132 million in Q3 2011. Investment in the final quarter of 2012 is expected to be a higher level than in the previous quarters of the year; however, total annual investments will not reach the level of approximately NIS 650 million which was provided in the annual 2012 guidance in March 2012. Further to the Company's press release in August 2012 regarding the Board of Directors' resolution to approve a debt Buy-Back plan of the Company's Notes, the Company executed a repurchase of Series E Notes in the amount of approximately NIS 650,000 Par value, during the same month. The Notes have subsequently been cancelled and deleted from trading.

The level of net debt7 at the end of Q3 2012 was NIS 4.07 billion, compared with NIS 4.64 billion at the end of 2011, a decrease of NIS 0.57 billion.

7 Total current and non-current borrowings less cash and cash equivalents.

Dividend Policy

As the Company reported in its press release and immediate report dated September 20, 2012, the Board of Directors resolved on September 19, 2012 to cancel the existing dividend policy for 2012, and to assess dividend distributions (and their scope) from time to time, by reference to, inter alia, the Company's cash flow, profitability, debt level, debt coverage ratios and the business environment in general.

The Board of Directors did not discuss dividend distribution for the third quarter, and it will be assessed prior to the reporting of the annual financial statements for 2012.

Business and Regulatory Developments

Regulatory Developments

1. Competition in the Fixed-line telecommunications market

Further to the Company's press release and immediate report dated May 23, 2012 with respect to the increasing competition in the fixed-line telecommunications market, according to which the Ministry of Communications published the final policy document regarding this matter on May 2, 2012, the Company is currently conducting negotiations with Bezeq.

2. Ministry of Communications Hearings

a. Further to the Company's press release and immediate report dated August 14, 2012 with respect to a hearing published regarding to "calling cards for cellular and international pre-paid calls", the Ministry of Communications published its decision on August 12, 2012 and determined the following:

i. The manner in which international operators will display the price its customers that call by using pre-paid calling cards of cellular operators shall be split and will detail the payment for the international call and the payment for the interconnect component that is passed onto the cellular operator.

ii. The calling cards that will be marketed by the cellular operators shall be marketed in an equal manner towards all of the international operators and all of the calling cards that will be marketed by the international operators shall be marketed in an equal manner towards all of the cellular operators - at a unified and non-discriminatory price in accordance with the type of subscriber or service.

iii. The cellular operator shall not charge the international operator any distribution, billing or collection commissions.

b. On September 23, 2012, the Ministry of Communications published a hearing with respect to roaming during a state of emergency or during a significant continuous malfunction in which the Ministry of Communications considers determining that under certain conditions, upon the Minister of Communications instruction, cellular operators, that have their own network infrastructure, will be required to provide roaming services to the subscribers of other cellular operators that have network infrastructure, whose network has been rendered non-functioning for a significant amount of time following an event resulting from a state of emergency, a telecommunications crisis or during a significant continuous malfunction. The Company submitted its response to the hearing on October 31, 2012.

c. On October 16, 2012, the Ministry of Communications published a hearing with respect to exemptions from erection and operation permits of Wireless Local Access Network (WLAN) access points that operate on frequencies set forth in the Wireless Telegraph Ordinance, according to which the Ministry of Communications is considering to determine the following:

i. To allow the installation of WLAN access points anywhere and to remove the existing limitation regarding installations in bordered surroundings only (for example: cafes, airports, malls etc.).

ii. To allow general and exclusive general licensees for the provision of domestic fixed-line services to offer its services through the use of WLAN technology and not to allow Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) licensees or Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) to provide their services through the same technology.

iii. To determine that the erection and operation of the said access points shall be exempt from the need to obtain a permit.

Business Developments

1. New Agreement with Apple Distribution International

The Company has entered into a new agreement with Apple Distribution International for the purchase and resale of iPhone handsets and accessories in Israel (the "Agreement").

The term of the Agreement is three years, during which Partner has agreed to purchase a minimum quantity of iPhone handsets per year, which will represent a significant portion of the Company's expected handset purchases over that period.

The total cost of the purchases is significant and will depend on the prices of the handsets and accessories at the time of purchase.

2. Organizational Changes and Changes in Management

During the third quarter, the Company decided on a number of organizational changes that resulted from an operational efficiency process mandated by the changing needs of the market. The new structure included the unification of the Private and the Business Customers Divisions into one Customers Division under Mr. Avi Cohen, who until now served as VP Business Customers Division; the dismantling of the Operations Division and the transferring of its departments to report to the Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Menahem Tirosh, and to VP Human Resources, Ms. Einat Rom. Ms. Einat Rom, who served until now as VP Private Customers Division, will replace Mr. Guillermo Codner as VP Human Resources upon his requested to retire from his office. In addition, Mr. Shachar Landau, VP Operations, will retire from his office in the next few months.

Mr. Yacov Kedmi, Head of Marketing, Content & Growth Engines Division, who rejoined the Company in March 2010 for a pre-defined period of 3 years, will retire from the Company at the end of this period.

Adv. Roly Klinger has been appointed as VP Legal Affairs, Regulatory and Business Development as well as Company Secretary, upon her return from a leave of absence. Adv. Yonit Raviv, who served as interim Legal Counsel and Company Secretary during Adv. Klinger's absence, will serve as her deputy.

Cellular Segment Financial Review8

NIS Millions   Q3'12   Q3'11   Change %
Total Revenues   1,049   1,449   -28%
Service Revenues 892 1,070 -17%
Equipment Revenues 157 379 -59%
Operating Profit 184 300 -39%
EBITDA   328   447   -27%
 

Total revenues for the cellular segment in Q3 2012 were NIS 1,049 million (US$ 268 million), a decrease of 28% from NIS 1,449 million in Q3 2011.

Service revenues for the cellular segment were NIS 892 million (US$ 228 million) in Q3 2012, decreasing by 17% from NIS 1,070 million in Q3 2011. The decrease mainly reflected the ongoing price erosion of cellular services including voice, data and roaming services, following the entry of new competitors in recent months, as described in the results release for Q2 2012. The decrease also reflected the lower postpaid cellular subscriber base which has decreased by 6% on an average basis over the past year.

Revenues from cellular data and content services excluding SMS9 in Q3 2012 totaled NIS 129 million (US$ 33 million), a decrease of 25% compared with NIS 172 million in Q3 2011. The decrease mainly reflected price erosion of data and content services including browsing and other services, the lower postpaid subscriber base, and the impact of new consumer regulations in 2011 which reduced demand for content services.

SMS service revenues8 totaled NIS 105 million (US$ 27 million) in Q3 2012, a decrease of 11% compared with NIS 118 million in Q3 2011. Since over half of outgoing airtime and content and data (including SMS) revenues is derived from customers who subscribe to bundled packages which include airtime, data and SMS, the reporting of data and content service revenues relies heavily on the allocation of those revenues between the different services offered in the bundled packages. Since this distinction is not as significant as in the past. The Company is considering ending the reporting of data and content service revenues separately in the future.

8 Includes intersegment revenues and costs of revenues.

9 In Q4 2011, the Company adjusted its allocation of credits between the different cellular services. The services revenues for Q3 2011 have been restated under the new methodology for the purposes of comparison.

In Q3 2012, the gross profit from cellular services totaled NIS 289 million (US$ 74 million), compared with NIS 384 million in Q3 2011, a decrease of 25%. This mainly reflected the reduction in cellular service revenues, partially offset by a reduction in the cost of cellular service revenues. The cost of cellular service revenues decrease was primarily due to a decrease in payroll and related expenses and a one-time reduction in cellular royalty expenses in an amount of approximately NIS 20 million, which was recorded following an amendment to the royalty regulations, partially offset by an increase in interconnect expenses as a result of growth in network traffic.

Revenues from cellular equipment sales in Q3 2012 totaled NIS 157 million (US$ 40 million), decreasing by 59% from NIS 379 million in Q3 2011. The decrease was due to a significant reduction in the quantity of cellular equipment (including handsets, modems and laptops etc.) sold in Q3 2012 compared with Q3 2011. In line with the second quarter, the main factors that led to the reduction compared with the parallel quarter included strengthened competition for handset sales, increasingly stringent payment terms, a general decrease in market demand reflecting the high proportion of smartphones sold last year, and an end to the use of special discounts for customers with new handsets.

The gross profit from cellular equipment sales in Q3 2012 was NIS 16 million (US$ 4 million), compared with NIS 87 million in Q3 2011, a decrease of 82%. This was mainly due to the lower quantity of cellular equipment sales, as well as a decrease in the profit achieved per equipment device sold.

Gross profit for the cellular segment in Q3 2012 totaled NIS 305 million (US$ 78 million), a decrease of 35% compared to NIS 471 million in Q3 2011.

Selling, marketing, general and administration expenses for the cellular segment in Q3 2012 amounted to NIS 148 million (US$ 38 million), decreasing by 26% from NIS 201 million in Q3 2011. The decrease mainly reflected decreases in payroll and related expenses, selling commissions and marketing and advertising expenses.

Overall, operating profit for the cellular segment in Q3 2012 was NIS 184 million (US$ 47 million), decreasing by 39% compared with NIS 300 million in Q3 2011.

EBITDA for the cellular segment totaled NIS 328 million (US$ 84 million) in Q3 2012, a decrease of 27% from NIS 447 million in Q3 2011. As a percentage of total cellular revenues, EBITDA in Q3 2012 was 31%, no change from 31% in Q3 2011.

Cellular Segment Operational Review

During the third quarter of 2012, the cellular subscriber base (including mobile data and 012 Mobile subscribers) decreased by approximately 56,000, to total approximately 3.04 million subscribers at quarter-end. The post-paid cellular subscriber base, including 012 Mobile and mobile broadband subscribers, decreased by approximately 53,000 and totaled approximately 2.15 million (71% of the base) at quarter end. The pre-paid subscriber base decreased by approximately 3,000 and totaled approximately 0.9 million (29% of the base) at quarter end.

The quarterly churn rate for Q3 2012 was 10.4% compared with 7.2% in Q3 2011 and 8.9% in Q2 2012. Following the trend of the second quarter, the high rate of churn, primarily due to increased churn in the months of July and August, largely reflects the impact on postpaid subscribers of the two new cellular operators which entered the market during the second quarter with aggressive offerings, and the MVNOs. The churn rate for September was lower than that for July and August.

Total cellular market share at the end of the third quarter is estimated to be approximately 30%, compared with 31% at the end of the previous quarter.

The monthly Average Revenue Per User ("ARPU") for cellular subscribers for Q3 2012 was NIS 97 (US$ 25), a decrease of 13% from NIS 111 in Q3 2011. The decrease mainly reflects the ongoing price erosion, as described above.

The monthly average Minutes of Use per subscriber ("MOU") for cellular subscribers in Q3 2012 was 457 minutes, an increase of 11% from 410 minutes in Q3 2011. This increase largely reflects the continued increase in the proportion of cellular subscribers with bundled packages that include large or unlimited quantities of minutes, and occurred despite the continued increase in the proportion of mobile broadband and laptop subscribers in the subscriber base which puts downward pressure on the MOU since such subscribers do not generate significant airtime use.

Fixed Line Segment Review10

NIS Millions   Q3'12   Q3'11   Change %
Total Revenues   304   347   -12%
Service Revenues 296 341 -13%
Equipment Revenues 8 6 +33%
Operating Profit 33 14 +136%
EBITDA   73   82   -11%
 

10 The analysis includes intersegment revenues and costs of revenues.

In Q3 2012, total revenues for the fixed line segment was NIS 304 million (US$ 78 million) compared with NIS 347 million in Q3 2011, a decrease of 12%.

Fixed line segment service revenues totaled NIS 296 million (US$ 76 million) in Q3 2012, a decrease of 13% compared with NIS 341 million in Q3 2011. As described above, the decrease mainly reflected the decrease in the average subscriber base in the fixed line market over the period, as well as price erosion in fixed line services.

The total number of active fixed lines including 012 Smile was approximately 282,000 at the end of Q3 2012, compared with approximately 295,000 at the end of Q3 2011 and 281,000 and the end of the previous quarter. The ISP subscriber base was approximately 594,000 as of the end of Q3 2012, compared with approximately 632,000 at the end of Q3 2011 and 609,000 at the end of the previous quarter.

Revenues from equipment sales in the fixed line segment in Q3 2012 totaled NIS 8 million (US$ 2 million), compared with NIS 6 million in Q3 2011.

Gross Profit for the fixed line segment was NIS 76 million (US$ 19 million) in Q3 2012, compared with NIS 70 million in Q3 2011, an increase of 9%. The increase was attributable to a decrease in the cost of fixed line service revenues, which more than offset the decrease in service revenues. The decrease in the cost of service revenues mainly reflected one-time impairment expenses in Q3 2011 in the amount of NIS 17 million, and a one-time reduction in fixed-line infrastructure expenses in Q3 2012 in an amount of approximately NIS 8 million, as well as lower payments made to infrastructure providers and lower depreciation and amortization expenses.

Selling, marketing, general and administration expenses for the fixed line segment totaled NIS 44 million (US$ 11 million) in Q3 2012, a decrease of 21% from NIS 56 million in Q3 2011. The decrease was primarily related to decreases in salaries and related expenses, and in marketing and advertising expenses.

Operating profit for the fixed line segment was NIS 33 million (US$ 8 million) in Q3 2012, an increase of 136% compared to NIS 14 million in Q3 2011. The increase largely reflected the impact of the decrease in revenues, offset by the lower depreciation and amortization expenses as well as lower cost of service revenues and operating expenses, as described above.

EBITDA for the fixed line segment in Q3 2012 totaled NIS 73 million (US$ 19 million), compared with NIS 82 million in Q3 2011, a decrease of 11%, largely reflecting the impact of the lower service revenues, partially offset by a reduction in operating expenses. Over than half of the decrease in EBITDA is due to the change in the inter-segment charging following an adjustment made to transmission service prices (as reported in Q2 2012).

Conference Call Details

Partner will hold a conference call on Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 10.00 a.m. Eastern Time / 5.00 p.m. Israel Time.

Please call the following numbers (at least 10 minutes before the scheduled time) in order to participate: International: +972.3. 918.0609, North America toll-free: + 1.888.668.9141

A live webcast of the call will also be available on Partner's website at: http://www.orange.co.il/en/Investors-Relations/lobby/

If you are unavailable to join live, the replay numbers are: International: +972.3.925.5904,

North America: +1.888.782.4291

Both the replay of the call and the webcast will be available from November 21, 2012 until November 28, 2012.

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release includes forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended, Section 21E of the US Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and the safe harbor provisions of the US Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Words such as "believe", "anticipate", "expect", "intend", "seek", "will", "plan", "could", "may", "project", "goal", "target" and similar expressions often identify forward-looking statements but are not the only way we identify these statements. All statements other than statements of historical fact included in this press release regarding our future performance, plans to increase revenues or margins or preserve or expand market share in existing or new markets, plans to reduce expenses, and any statements regarding other future events or our future prospects, are forward-looking statements.

We have based these forward-looking statements on our current knowledge and our present beliefs and expectations regarding possible future events. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions about Partner, consumer habits and preferences in cellular telephone usage, trends in the Israeli telecommunications industry in general, the impact of current global economic conditions and possible regulatory and legal developments. For a description of some of the risks we face, see "Item 3D. Key Information - Risk Factors", "Item 4. - Information on the Company", "Item 5. - Operating and Financial Review and Prospects", "Item 8A. - Consolidated Financial Statements and Other Financial Information - Legal and Administrative Proceedings" and "Item 11. - Quantitative and Qualitative Disclosures about Market Risk" in the Company's 2011 Annual Report (20-F) filed with the SEC on March 22, 2012, as amended on March 26, 2012. In light of these risks, uncertainties and assumptions, the forward-looking events discussed in this press release might not occur, and actual results may differ materially from the results anticipated. We undertake no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

The financial results presented in this press release are audited financial results.

The results were prepared in accordance with IFRS, other than EBITDA and free cash flow before interest payments, which are non-GAAP financial measures.

The financial information is presented in NIS millions (unless otherwise stated) and the figures presented are rounded accordingly.

The convenience translations of the Nominal New Israeli Shekel (NIS) figures into US Dollars were made at the rate of exchange prevailing at September 30, 2012: US $1.00 equals NIS 3.912. The translations were made purely for the convenience of the reader.

Use of Non-GAAP Financial Measures:

Earnings before financial interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and exceptional items (including impairment charges) ('EBITDA') is presented because it is a measure commonly used in the telecommunications industry and is presented solely to enhance the understanding of our operating results. This measure, however, should not be considered as an alternative to operating income or income for the year as indicators of our operating performance. Similarly, this measure should not be considered as an alternative to cash flow from operating activities as a measure of liquidity. EBITDA is not a measure of financial performance under generally accepted accounting principles and may not be comparable to other similarly titled measures for other companies. EBITDA may not be indicative of our historic operating results nor is it meant to be predictive of potential future results.

Reconciliation between our net cash flow from operating activities and EBITDA on a consolidated basis is presented in the attached summary financial results.

About Partner Communications

Partner Communications Company Ltd. ("Partner") is a leading Israeli provider of telecommunications services (cellular, fixed-line telephony and internet services) under the orange™ brand. The Company provides mobile communications services to around three million subscribers in Israel. Partner's ADSs are quoted on the NASDAQ Global Select Market™ and its shares are traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (NASDAQ and TASE: PTNR).

Partner provides international long distance services, internet services and local telecommunication fixed-line services (including telephony services using VOB) under the 012 Smile brand. 012 Smile is a wholly owned subsidiary of Partner Communications acquired by Partner Communications on March 3, 2011 (For further details see the press release dated March 3, 2011).

Partner is an approximately 45%-owned subsidiary of Scailex Corporation Ltd. ("Scailex"). Scailex's shares are traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange under the symbol SCIX and are quoted on "Pink Quote" under the symbol SCIXF.PK. Scailex currently operates in two major domains of activity in addition to its holding in Partner: (1) the sole import, distribution and maintenance of Samsung mobile handset and accessories products primarily to the major cellular operators in Israel (2) management of its financial assets.

For more information about Scailex, see http://www.scailex.com.

For more information about Partner, see http://www.orange.co.il/en/Investors-Relations/lobby/

PARTNER COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LTD

(An Israeli Corporation)

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION

 



New Israeli shekels

 

Convenience

translation into U.S.

dollars

September 30,   December 31, September 30,
2012 2011 2012
(Unaudited) (Audited) (Unaudited)
In millions
CURRENT ASSETS
Cash and cash equivalents 600 532 153
Trade receivables 1,420 1,518 363
Other receivables and prepaid expenses 48 41 12
Deferred expenses - right of use 21 19 5
Inventories 101 162 26
Income tax receivable 18 12 5
Derivative financial instruments 7 24 2
2,215 2,308 566
 
NON CURRENT ASSETS
Trade Receivables 608 856 155
Deferred expenses - right of use 147 142 38
Assets held for employee rights upon retirement, net 3
Property and equipment 1,960 2,051 501
Licenses and other intangible assets 1,220 1,290 312
Goodwill 407 407 104
Deferred income tax asset 30 30 8
4,372 4,779 1,118
 
TOTAL ASSETS 6,587 7,087 1,684
 

PARTNER COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LTD.

(An Israeli Corporation)

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION

 



New Israeli shekels

 

Convenience

translation into U.S.

dollars

September 30,   December 31,

September 30,

2012 2011 2012
(Unaudited) (Audited) (Unaudited)
In millions
CURRENT LIABILITIES
Current maturities of notes payable and other liabilities and current borrowings 25 498 6
Trade payables 770 913 197
Parent group - trade 109 142 28
Other payables 204 216 52
Deferred revenues 40 52 10
Provisions 59 65 15
Derivative financial instruments 2 3 1
1,209 1,889 309
 
 
NON CURRENT LIABILITIES
Notes payable 2,633 2,605 673
Bank borrowings 2,014 2,068 515
Liability for employee rights upon retirement, net 48 48 12
Dismantling and restoring sites obligation 27 25 7
Other non current liabilities 11 10 3
Deferred tax liability 7 17 2
4,740 4,773 1,212
 
TOTAL LIABILITIES 5,949 6,662 1,521
 
EQUITY
Share capital - ordinary shares of NIS 0.01

par value: authorized - December 31, 2011,

and September 30, 2012 - 235,000,000 shares;

issued and outstanding -

December 31, 2011 - *155,645,708 shares
September 30, 2012 - *155,645,708 shares 2 2 1
Capital surplus 1,100 1,100 281
Accumulated deficit (113) (326) (29)
Treasury shares, at cost - December

31, 2011 and September 30, 2012 - 4,467,990 shares

 

(351) (351) (90)
TOTAL EQUITY 638 425 163
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY 6,587 7,087 1,684
 

* Net of treasury shares

COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LTD.

(An Israeli Corporation)

INTERIM CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME

  New Israeli shekels  

Convenience translation into U.S.

dollars

9 month
period ended
September 30
  3 month
period ended
September 30
9 month
period ended
September 30,
  3 month
period ended
September 30,
2012   2011 2012   2011 2012 2012
(Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited)
In millions (except per share data)
Revenues 4,314 5,409 1,315 1,751 1,103 336
Cost of revenues 3,062 3,699 934 1,210 783 239
Gross profit 1,252 1,710 381 541 320 97
 
Selling and marketing expenses 435 468 133 172 111 34
General and administrative expenses 192 225 59 85 50 15
Other income - net 85 74 28 30 22 7
Operating profit 710 1,091 217 314 181 55
Finance income 17 38 10 22 4 3
Finance expenses 213 277 78 103 54 20
Finance costs, net 196 239 68 81 50 17
Profit before income tax 514 852 149 233 131 38
Income tax expenses 138 221 39 61 35 10
Profit for the period 376 631 110 172 96 28
 
Earnings per share

Basic

2.42 4.06 0.71 1.11 0.62 0.19
Diluted 2.42 4.05 0.71 1.10 0.62 0.19
Weighted average number of shares outstanding (in thousands)
Basic 155,646 155,507 155,646 155,645 155,646 155,646
Diluted 155,662 155,922 155,679 155,726 155,662 155,679
 

PARTNER COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LTD.

(An Israeli Corporation)

INTERIM CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME

  New Israeli shekels  

Convenience translation into U.S.

dollars

9 month
period ended
September 30
  3 month
period ended
September 30
9 month
period ended
September 30,
  3 month
period ended
September 30,
2012   2011 2012   2011 2012 2012
(Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited)
In millions

Profit for the period

376 631 110 172 96 28
Other comprehensive income

for the period, net of income tax

(12) - - - (3) -
TOTAL COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE PERIOD 364 631 110 172 93 28
 

PARTNER COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LTD.

(An Israeli Corporation)

SEGMENT INFORMATION

New Israeli Shekels   New Israeli Shekels
Nine months ended September 30, 2012 Nine months ended September 30, 2011
In millions In millions
Cellular segment   Fixed line segment   Reconciliation

for

consolidation

  Consolidated Cellular segment   Fixed line segment   Reconciliation

for

consolidation

  Consolidated
Segment revenue - Services 2,784 820 3,604 3,222 716 3,938
Inter-segment revenue - Services 20 96 (116) 21 87 (108)
Segment revenue - Equipment 687 23   710 1,454 17   1,471
Total revenues 3,491 939 (116) 4,314 4,697 820 (108) 5,409
Segment cost of revenues - Services 1,787 656 2,443 1,962 582 2,544
Inter-segment cost of revenues- Services 96 20 (116) 87 21 (108)
Segment cost of revenues - Equipment 597 22   619 1,134 21   1,155
Cost of revenues 2,480 698 (116) 3,062 3,183 624 (108) 3,699
Gross profit 1,011 241 1,252 1,514 196 1,710
Operating expenses 465 162 627 561 132 693
Other income 84 1 85 74   74
Operating profit 630 80 710 1,027 64 1,091
Adjustments to presentation of EBITDA
-depreciation and amortization 420 123 543 448 146 594
-other (1) 8 1 9 14 1 15
EBITDA 1,058 204 1,262 1,489 211 1,700
Reconciliation of EBITDA to profit before tax
- Depreciation and amortization 543 594
- Finance costs, net 196 239
- Other (1) 9 15
Profit before income tax 514 852
 

(1) Mainly employee share based compensation expenses

PARTNER COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LTD.

(An Israeli Corporation)

SEGMENT INFORMATION

New Israeli Shekels   New Israeli Shekels
Three months ended September 30, 2012 Three months ended September 30, 2011
In millions In millions
Cellular segment   Fixed line segment   Reconciliation

for

consolidation

  Consolidated Cellular segment   Fixed line segment   Reconciliation

for

consolidation

  Consolidated
Segment revenue - Services 886 264 1,150 1,060 306 1,366
Inter-segment revenue - Services 6 32 (38) 10 35 (45)
Segment revenue - Equipment 157 8   165 379 6   385
Total revenues 1,049 304 (38) 1,315 1,449 347 (45) 1,751
Segment cost of revenues - Services 571 214 785 651 259 910
Inter-segment cost of revenues- Services 32 6 (38) 35 10 (45)
Segment cost of revenues - Equipment 141 8   149 292 8   300
Cost of revenues 744 228 (38) 934 978 277 (45) 1,210
Gross profit 305 76 381 471 70 541
Operating expenses 148 44 192 201 56 257
Other income 27 1 28 30   30
Operating profit 184 33 217 300 14 314
Adjustments to presentation of EBITDA
-depreciation and amortization 141 40 181 146 67 213
-other (1) 3   3 1 1 2
EBITDA 328 73 401 447 82 529
Reconciliation of EBITDA to profit before tax
- Depreciation and amortization 181 213
- Finance costs, net 68 81
- Other (1) 3 2
Profit before income tax 149 233
 

(1) Mainly employee share based compensation expenses

PARTNER COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LTD.

(An Israeli Corporation)

INTERIM CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS

  New Israeli shekels  

Convenience translation into U.S.

dollars

9 month
period ended
September 30
  3 month
period ended
September 30
9 month
period ended
September 30,
  3 month
period ended
September 30,
2012   2011 2012   2011 2012 2012
(Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited)
In millions
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES:
Cash generated from operations (Appendix A) 1,407 1,403 537 581 360 137
Income tax paid (149) (253) (46) (68) (38) (12)
Net cash provided by operating activities 1,258 1,150 491 513 322 125

CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES:

Acquisition of property and equipment (278) (247) (90) (104) (71) (23)
Acquisition of intangible assets (99) (121) (37) (36) (25) (9)
Acquisition of 012 smile, net of cash acquired of

NIS 23 million (Appendix B)

(597)
Interest received 6 10 2 5 2 1
Consideration received from sales of property and equipment 1 1 * *
Proceeds from derivative financial instruments, net 23 (2) 8 (2) 6 2
Net cash used in investing activities (347) (957) (116) (137) (88) (29)

 

CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES:

Proceeds from exercise of stock options granted to employees 1
Dividend paid (160) (525) (154) (210) (41) (39)
Proceeds from non-current bank borrowing 900
Proceeds from issuance of notes payable, net of issuance costs 1,136
Repayment of finance lease (2) (3) (2) (1)
Interest paid (132) (152) (65) (13) (34) (17)
Repayment of non-current bank borrowings (155) (699) (81) 1 (40) (21)
Repayment of current borrowings (128)
Repayment of notes payables (394) (389) (1)   (101) (*)
Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities (843) 141 (301) (224) (217) (77)
 

INCREASE (DECREASE) IN CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS

68 334 74 152 17 19

CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS AT BEGINNING OF PERIOD

532 321 526 503 136 134

CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS AT END OF PERIOD

600 655 600 655 153 153
 

* Representing an amount of less than 1 million

PARTNER COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LTD.

(An Israeli Corporation)

INTERIM CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS

Appendix A - Cash generated from operations and supplemental information

  New Israeli shekels  

Convenience translation into

U.S. dollars

9 month
period ended
September 30
  3 month
period ended
September 30
9 month
period ended
September 30,
  3 month
period ended
September 30,
2012   2011 2012   2011 2012 2012
(Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited)
In millions
Cash generated from operations:
Profit for the period 376 631 110 172 96 28
Adjustments for:
Depreciation and amortization 524 557 175 189 134 45
Amortization of deferred expenses - Right of use 19 20 7 9 5 2
Impairment of intangible assets 17 17
Employee share based compensation expenses 9 14 2 1 2 1
Liability for employee rights upon retirement, net (8) (14) (5) (4) (2) (1)
Finance costs, net 52 73 22 17 13 5
Gain (loss) from change in fair value of

derivative financial instruments

(6) (10) 7 (19) (2) 2
Interest paid 132 152 65 13 34 16
Interest received (6) (10) (2) (5) (2) (1)
Deferred income taxes (11) (7) 2 (10) (3) 1
Income tax paid 149 253 46 68 38 12
Capital loss on sale of property and equipment 1 1
Changes in operating assets and liabilities:
Decrease (increase) in accounts receivable:
Trade 345 (243) 180 (4) 88 46
Other (7) 30 6 (2) (2) 2
Increase (decrease) in accounts payable and accruals:
Parent group- trade (33) 82 (8) (26) (8) (2)
Trade (128) (47) (67) 17 (33) (17)
Other payables (12) (52) (34) 53 (3) (9)
Provisions (6) 42 (3) 12 (1) (1)
Deferred revenue (12) (2) (4) (3) (1)
Increase in deferred expenses- Adaptors, net 1
Increase in deferred expenses - Right of use (25) (15) (9) (4) (6) (2)
Current income tax liability (6) (24) (3) 3 (1) (1)
Decrease (increase) in inventories 61 (45) 50 82 16 12
Cash generated from operations 1,407 1,403 537 581 360 137
 

At September 30, 2012 and 2011, trade and other payables include NIS 207 million ($53 million) and NIS 123 million in respect of acquisition of intangible assets and property and equipment, respectively.

PARTNER COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LTD.

(An Israeli Corporation)

INTERIM CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS

Appendix B - Acquisition of 012 Smile

On March 3, 2011, the Company obtained control of 012 Smile. The fair values of assets acquired and liabilities assumed were as follows:

  NIS in millions
(Audited)
Current assets 295
Deferred expenses 282
Property and equipment 159
Intangible assets 408
Goodwill 494
Other non-current assets 21
Short term bank borrowings and current maturities of long-term loans (201)
Accounts payables and provisions (229)
Long term bank borrowings (579)
650
Less: Advance payment in respect of the acquisition of 012 smile (30)
Less: cash acquired (23)
Net cash used in the acquisition of 012 Smile 597
 

PARTNER COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LTD.

(An Israeli Corporation)

RECONCILIATION BETWEEN OPERATING CASH FLOWS AND EBITDA

  New Israeli shekels  

Convenience translation into U.S.

dollars**

9 month
period ended
September 30
  3 month
period ended
September 30
9 month
period ended
September 30,
  3 month
period ended
September 30,
2012   2011 2012   2011 2012 2012
(Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited)
In millions
 
Net cash provided by operating activities 1,258 1,150 491 513 322 125
 
Liability for employee rights upon retirement 8 14 5 4 2 1
Accrued interest and exchange and linkage differences on long-term liabilities (171) (212) (80) (24) (44) (20)
Increase (decrease) in accounts receivable:
Trade (345) 243 (180) 4 (88) (46)
Other, including derivative financial instruments 38 (5) (5) 22 10 (1)
Decrease (increase) in accounts payable and accruals:
Trade 128 47 67 (17) 33 17
Shareholder - current account 33 (82) 8 26 8 2
Other 34 11 33 (65) 9 9
Income tax paid 149 253 46 68 38 12
Increase (decrease) in inventories (61) 45 (50) (82) (16) (13)
Increase (decrease) in assets retirement obligation (1) 1 (1) 1 (*) (*)
Financial expenses*** 192 235 67 79 49 17
EBITDA 1,262 1,700 401 529 323 103
 

* Representing an amount of less than 1 million

** The convenience translation of the New Israeli Shekel (NIS) figures into US dollars was made at the exchange prevailing at September 30, 2012: US $1.00 equals 3.912 NIS.

*** Financial expenses excluding any charge for the amortization of pre-launch financial costs

Key Financial and Operating Indicators11

NIS M unless otherwise stated

  Q1 2011   Q2 2011   Q3 2011   Q4 2011   Q1 2012   Q2 2012   Q3 2012   2010   2011
Cellular Segment Service Revenues   1,099   1,074   1,070   1,005   963   949   892 5,575   4,248
Cellular Segment Equipment Revenues 555 520 379 294 323 207 157 987 1,748
Fixed Line Segment Service Revenues 137 325 341 324 320 300 296 164 1,127
Fixed Line Segment Equipment Revenues 4 7 6 9 7 8 8 25 26

Reconciliation for consolidation

-24   -39   -45   -43   -42   -36   -38 -77   -151

Total Revenues

1,771 1,887 1,751 1,589 1,571 1,428 1,315 6,674 6,998
 
Operating Profit 400 377 314 -55 248 245 217 1,860 1,036
 
Cellular Segment EBITDA 540 502 447 407 363 367 328 2,558 1,896
Fixed Line Segment EBITDA 45   84   82   71   75   56   73 12   282

Total EBITDA

585 586 529 478 438 423 401 2,570 2,178
EBITDA Margin (%) 33% 31% 30% 30% 28% 30% 30% 39% 31%
 
OPEX 763 913 952 889 872 853 793 3,382 3,517
 
Financial Expenses, net 59 99 81 55 55 73 68 181 294
Net Profit 254 205 172 -188 146 120 110 1,243 443
Total Dividend Declared 210 140 160 1,220 350
Capital Expenditures 133 75 132 131 133 113 125 395 471
Free Cash Flow 256 158 376 292 223 313 375 1,502 1,082
Free Cash Flow After Interest 238 37 363 209 199 270 310 1,384 847
 
Net Debt 4,856 4,856 4,718 4,639 4,450 4,209 4,072 3,395 4,639
 
Cellular Subscriber Base (Thousands) 3,149 3,175 3,201 3,176 3,147 3,098 3,042 3,160 3,176
Cellular ARPU (NIS) 115 112 111 106 101 101 97 122 111
Cellular MOU (Minutes) 374 396 410 407 424 437 457 366 397
Cellular Churn Rate (%) 7.3% 6.5% 7.2% 8.2% 8.0% 8.9% 10.4% 21% 29%
Cellular Non-SMS content revenues 167 170 172 158 157 144 129 638 666
Cellular SMS revenues 108 109 118 122 110 115 105 387 456
 
Fixed Lines Subscribers (Thousands) 288 292 295 292 285 281 282 69 292
ISP Subscriber Base (Thousands) 632 632 632 632 618 609 594 60 632
 
Number of Employees (FTE)           8,588   7,891   7,230   6,961   6,102 6,068   7,891
 

11 See first page for definitions. Including the results of 012 Smile from March 2011


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