The GSMA has published its latest Mobile Economy Asia Pacific 2022 report, which delivers a detailed picture of the region’s adoption of mobile internet.
Many organisations undergoing digital transformation are crumbling under their own weight.
PT XL Axiata Tbk posts a year-on-year net profit of Rp160 billion (US$12.25 million) from a loss of Rp507 billion (US$38.8 million) for 9M16, ended in Sept 30.
Telkom Indonesia recorded a 13.8% increase in total revenue to Rp86.2 trillion (US$6.6 billion) versus Rp75.76 trillion (US$5.8 billion) in the same period last year, thanks to its data and digital business segments.
Indonesia'sTraveloka has begun to venture into other South-East Asian (SEA) countries this year with the opening of regional offices in Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, the Philippines and Vietnam.
Indonesia’s Internet economy will be worth about US$81 billion in 10 years, or about 40% of the total Internet economy of the entire South-East Asian region, according to a Google-Temasek report.
Google recently held Google for Indonesia, an event meant to showcase its commitment to helping the country and its people develop, and that it wasn’t seen as merely trying to tap into a market of 250 million people.
In Asia Pacific, the mobile device has become consumers’ primary gateway to the Internet, said market research firm GfK.
Digi.Com Bhd had a mixed second quarter ended June 30 2016, reporting lower pretax profit but higher profit after tax; lower prepaid revenue but higher earnings from postpaid.
The number of mobile subscribers in the Asia Pacific region reached 2.5 billion at the end of last year and will grow to 3.1 billion by 2020, according to a new GSMA study unveiled at GSMA Mobile World Congress Shanghai.