Jakarta, COTEKNO.COM – The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of the Republic of Indonesia (Kominfo) through its spokesman Dedy Permadi said, Indosat Ooredoo, which had carried out the 5G Operational Feasibility Test (ULO) on 3-4 June 2021, is now in the process of making a Certificate of Operation Eligibility (SKLO) .
“Yes, Indosat Ooredoo which performs ULO 5G in the 1800 Mhz frequency band, Kominfo is processing the SKLO letter which will be issued by the Directorate General of Post and Information Technology (Ditjen PPI) on behalf of the Minister of Communication and Information, “explained Dedy, to Mobile, Monday (7/6) afternoon.
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Of course, this is good news, because apart from Telkomsel, Indosat Ooredoo is now one step closer to having 5G services commercially in the country.
Then the positive impact of the presence of the identical yellow-red operator is also very meaningful, one of which is the increasingly diverse 5G service offer provided to the public, which so far can certainly be a comparison for Telkomsel’s 5G services.
For your information, the price of the 5G data package belongs to the red plate operator for an offer early birdThe price is Rp. 26,000, for a data quota of 126GB. But apart from that the normal price of this package is around IDR 260,000.
Then Telkomsel also presents the Home Orbit 5G Internet service through the Orbit Ultra device with a promo price of IDR 6,299,000, which is equipped with an extra 200GB data quota for 30 days and bonus access to Disney+ Hotstar services for 12 months.
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Meanwhile, on a different occasion, Adis Alifiawan, Head of the Spectrum Allocation Arrangement Sub-Directorate for the Fixed and Land Mobile Service, SDPPI Kominfo explained, it is indeed the user’s concern that when viewed commercially, 5G packages are no longer small.
“Telkomsel’s 5G data package service is 126GB” you know. Basically, we realize that this is a consequence of a service that guarantees speed, so of course the direct impact will be on the data package,” explained Adis, in a webinar entitled ‘Indonesia Maju With 5G’, Monday (7/6).
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That is why, Adist added, in the future, with the addition of operators who also provide 5G services in Indonesia, the price of 5G services will become more competitive and will attract a lot of consumer interest.
“In the future and in the near future, the number of operators who have 5G services will increase, so the market will become much more competitive, the people here as consumers will certainly benefit from the variety of prices offered for 5G packages that are increasingly attractive,” said Adis.