This is Telkom’s business after handing over Indihome to Telkomsel Tech – 3 hours ago

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Telkom Group made quite significant changes this year. As of early July, Indihome was no longer under Telkom but together with Telkomsel.

The unification, known as Fixed Mobile Convergence or FMC, was carried out because fixed broadband and mobile cellular services had captured each other’s markets. Many users no longer fully use mobile internet even when they are outside the home or office.

“These two services have mutually cannibalized. From home to the office, watching Netflix must be downloaded using home WiFi, taking the MRT and watching on the MRT. So you don’t have to watch it using your mobile anymore. That’s the way it goes home,” said the President Director of PT Telkom Indonesia, Ririek Adriansyah, during the event. BUMN coffee at the BUMN Ministry office, Jakarta, Thursday (26/10/2023).

Ririek said that 60%-70% of internet use on mobile is no longer cellular. Instead, use the WiFi service at home, office or other public places.

“We are better managing fixed broadband. FMC is being carried out,” he said.

By doing FMC, Ririek said there are many benefits. For example, his party can improve Opex and Capex efficiency, and it is hoped that it can increase revenue.

With this unification, Telkomsel and Telkom’s business has also changed. Telkomsel focuses on business to consumer (B2C) and Telkom works on the business to business (B2B) segment.

The FMC product implemented allows people to buy one package and get many services at once. Starting from Telkomsel, Indihome, to Orbit.

During the product launch some time ago, Telkomsel also released several FMC packages. Prices also vary from IDR 120 thousand to around IDR 2.5 million.

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