Indonesian broadband services provider PT Supra Primatama Nusantara, trading as Biznet Networks (including max3 Internet), this week launched business and residential services in Kediri, East Java, The Jakarta Post reports. The company is offering the business sector its Biznet metroNET service, which is tailored for the small and medium enterprise (SME) segment, with package options starting from 10Mbps and priced at IDR700,000 (USD52) per month. Meanwhile, householders in Kediri can sign up to its Biznet Home Internet product, with packages starting from IDR200,000 per month for a 10Mbps connection. Business users and consumers will enjoy free access to the ISP’s Biznet Video service, including around 20 TV channels and video-on-demand (VoD) movies through their smartphones, tablets and computers.
Biznet Networks president Adi Kusma said his company intends to continue a phased rollout in cities across Indonesia supported by its fibre-optic infrastructure, which currently covers over 15,000km in more than 70 cities in Java, Bali and Sumatra. The operator was created in 2000 to offer networking, internet, data centre and, more recently, cloud computing for business users. Biznet is owned by local tycoon Rudy Suliawan, via Supra Primatama Nusantara.