Graha Merah Putih Building
Bandung, West Java, 40133 Indonesia
Telkom keeps Indonesia connected through wireless and fixed line services. The primary provider of local and long-distance telephone service in Indonesia, PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia -- more commonly known as Telkom -- operates nearly 14 million fixed lines. Its mobile service subsidiary, Telkomsel, is the largest Indonesian cellular operator with about 132 million subscribers. Telkom also offers leased lines and data transport services, as well as data and Internet services. The company is facing increased competition from other telecommunications service providers, due to regulatory reforms, yet it continues to grow, largely on the strength of cellular services and Internet services. The Indonesian government owns 53% of Telkom.
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