Indonesia’s Communication and Information Technology Minister Rudiantara wants to change the republic’s licensing model with mobile operators. What’s the rationale, will it be successful, and what are the challenges? Goh Thean Eu finds out at the NEC Innovative Solutions Fair 2015 in Jakarta.
As part of its 47th anniversary celebrations, Indosat, member of Ooredoo Group, has announced the launch of what it described as Indonesia’s fastest LTE (Long-Term Evolution) service, ‘Super 4G-LTE’ offering speeds of up to 185Mbps.
Singapore-headquartered Coda Payments has announced partnerships with telcos and digital merchants which would allow their customers to make digital payments without the need for a credit card.
Doha-based Ooredoo and its Indonesian operating company Indosat have announced the second cycle of their startup accelerator IdeaBox, which is also supported by Mountain Partners.
Smaato has announced a strategic agreement with Indosat, to jointly promote and sell their mobile advertising inventories to Indonesian brands and agencies.