Cellcom, Israel's largest mobile phone operator which is in the process of acquiring rival Golan Telecom, said it will pay 115 million shekels ($34 million) in license fees.
Partner Communications, the second-largest mobile operator, said it will pay, together with HOT Mobile, 62.3 million shekels for its frequencies. Partner operates a joint radio network with HOT, a subsidiary of telecoms and cable group Altice Europe.
Pelephone, a subsidiary of Bezeq Israel Telecom, said it will pay 88.2 million shekels. The payments are due in September 2022.
Israel's three main telecom operators have been struggling to stay profitable in a country with nine million people and nine mobile providers after a sector shake-up in 2012.
($1 = 3.4044 shekels)
(Reporting by Tova Cohen)