Telkom FTTH live in 60 cities

30 Apr 2015

PT Telkom Indonesia (Telkom) says that its IndiHome branded fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) service is now available in 60 towns and cities across the country. Jemy Confido, vice president for consumer marketing and sales, told local news portal IndoTelko that the telco’s coverage now spans not only Java, but also outside that island. Telkom is continuing to strengthen the triple-play IndiHome service, he says, with a view to having signed up three million subscribers by the end of 2015. The official pointed to the carrier’s commitment to deliver fibre country-wide, noting that it is currently investing approximately USD71.1 million to build fibre-optic backbone networks in eastern Indonesia, the Mataram Kupang Cable System (MKCS), as well as the Sulawesi, Maluku Papua Cable System (SMPCS) which connects islands in eastern Indonesia.

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