Ericsson signs three-year GSM contract with Indonesian Telkomsel

Swedish Telecommunication Company Ericsson and Indonesian mobile operator Telekomunikasi Seluar Indonesia (Telkomsel) have extended their existing business partnerships with the clinching of three-year agreement, wherein the former will supply, deploy and integrate GSM/EDGE and WCDMA/HSPA radio access networks in Indonesia.


“Providing the best services for our subscribers is incredibly important for maintaining our leading position in the competitive Indonesian market. We are confident that, through our continued partnership with Ericsson, we can provide excellent quality voice and data as we expand our network to even more regions of the country.” says Sarwoto Atmosutarno, CEO of Telkomsel.


“Ericsson shares Telkomsel”s vision of bringing high-quality mobile services to an increasing number of residents in Indonesia and will continue to support Telkomsel with the best technology and a strong services capacity. This three-year contract further strengthens Ericsson’s position as the leading mobile supplier in Indonesia.” Bengt Thornberg, President of Ericsson Indonesia, ads.


The size of the contract remains undisclosed and is scheduled to take off beginning this month.

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