Why is it so hard to get online in Israel?

The Israeli Internet is so congested, people use VPNs to access it and other websites are so inaccessible, that Israel’s internet infrastructure is not able to handle the massive traffic it’s currently receiving.

But there’s hope, and that’s the work of a group of volunteers and community activists who have been working on a new technology for the past several years.

They have dubbed it the Spectrum Internet, and it’s an effort to solve a problem they say has been exacerbated by the recent closure of the Tel Aviv City Internet.

The project is not without its problems, however.

It is not fully functional yet, and even when it is, it’s not quite reliable.

A recent outage that hit several communities and websites had a severe impact on the entire country.

As the volunteer groups’ website says, “the Spectrum Internet will be used to support a wide range of Internet services, from mobile hotspots to video sharing to broadband access for those without access to internet.

Its main goal is to ensure that our Internet is accessible for everyone.”

So what is the Spectrum?

The Spectrum is an innovative new technology developed by a team of volunteers in Tel Aviv.

The group calls it “The Vision Project,” and its first major step is to make sure it’s fully functional.

It will be launched at the start of the Israeli new year.

“The Vision project is a collaborative effort of volunteers from the communities and businesses of Tel Aviv, who are willing to dedicate their time to create a project to create and sustain the internet for the people of Tel-Aviv,” the group says on its website.

The VisionProject is part of the vision of the city of Tel, which will be built as part of an Israeli plan to establish the world’s first Internet-only city.

The project will help to develop a city where residents will have access to the Internet only for basic tasks such as browsing the web, email, and social networking.

In order to complete the project, the VisionProject team is aiming for completion in 2020.

“We’re very excited to be working with this community,” said Eliezer Ben-Yosef, a volunteer who’s working with the Vision Project.

“We are very hopeful to see this project being implemented.”

While some people may find the Vision project to be an interesting idea, the group also says that it’s a challenge to make it work for everyone.

The Spectrum will only be available to people with a valid ID card and access to a broadband connection.

A network that runs over the Spectrum will allow for Internet access, but users will have to pay a monthly fee for it.

The group is also planning to set up an “Internet café” at the Tel-Am Stadium in Tel-Bedu, which would allow users to access the Spectrum for free, but still charge for it if they want to share it with others.

Another major goal is for the Spectrum to provide a free public Wi-Fi network, as well as the possibility of connecting people to other services, such as internet cafés.

“This is one of the main goals of the Vision,” Ben-Oren said.

“This is an area that is very underserved, and the Spectrum is a great tool to help bring this to the public.”

The Visionproject is currently working on the first phase of the project and has already raised more than $100,000 on Indiegogo to complete it.

In order to raise more funds, the team is asking for people to pledge $50 to the project.

For now, the Spectrum project is still in its infancy, and there’s no set timeline for when it will be available.

It’s possible the project could take a few years to complete.