Additional information concerning factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements are contained in Partner’s press release dated March 22nd, 2012; as well as Partner’s prior filings with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Forms 20-F which for 2011 was filed earlier today; F-1, 6-K, as well as the S-3 shelf registration statement, all of which are readily available. Please note that the information in this conference call related to projections or other forward-looking statements is subject to the previous Safe Harbor Statement as of the date of this call.
For your information, this call is being broadcast simultaneously over the internet and can be accessed through our website at www.orange.co.il. I will now turn the call over to Partner’s CFO, Ziv Leitman. Ziv?
Thank you Gideon. On February 22, 2012 we released the estimated results for 2011, while noting that these results were not final due to the fact that the company was in a process of evaluating the necessity of an impairment of intangible assets of the fixed line segment. Having completed all assessments, the company recognizes impairment charge in a total amount of NIS 322 million in the fourth quarter of 2011. Following the recognition of the impairment charge, the company reported a net loss of NIS 188 million for the fourth quarter of 2011, a net profit of NIS 443 million for the year 2011. The main difference compared with the estimated results we published in February 2012 is the impact of the resulting impairment charge related to the acquisition of 012 Smile.Let me start by explaining the background to these assessments. In October 2010, the company entered into an agreement for the acquisition of 012 Smile for NIS 1.4 billion. The closing of the share purchase agreement was in March 2011 and its assets and liabilities were initially recognized at the fair value as of that date. This was part of the PPA process. Goodwill in the amount of NIS 494 million was also recognized. This amount was fascinated as the excess of the consideration transferred over the net fair value of the asset and liabilities acquired.