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Bethlehem - Ma"an - Amman - Mohamed Hawamdeh - The Vice Chairman of the Board of ZAIN Saad Al Barrak revealed that the application of a one network service between subscribers of ZAIN Jordan and the Palestinian JAWWAL is during the current month. Dr Al Barrak said in a press statement on the sidelines of a Conference on integration the Media and Communication 2009 – that JAWWAL the mobile arm of the Palestinian Telecommunications, will be converted to ZAIN Palestine before the end of this year, while the application of the single network services will be this month. The subscribers of ZAIN Jordan and JAWWAL that are owned by ZAIN will have exemptions from the international roaming services, as in the case of subscribers in Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Sudan. According to the concept of One Network, which applied by ZAIN Group in 5 Arab countries last spring; subscribers of Jordan and Palestine will be able to exchange phone calls and SMS at local price, and receive incoming calls free of charge and recharge cards of mobile that they can buy locally. Al Barrak"s comments came at the time when the share-swap deal that had been announced by ZAIN Group with the Palestinian Telecommunications, had attained the approval of regulators in Palestine, while still awaiting the approval of the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission and the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Jordan. He said in the tenth of the this month, the General Authority for Palestinian Telecommunications will meet for the issuance of shares, as the approvals had been gained in Palestine, but did not get the necessary approvals in Jordan, for reasons not known.