Mobile operator Telkomsel recorded a net profit of Rp 15.7 trillion in 2012, growing 22% over the previous year with the growth of 17% to 125 million.
It is delivered in the General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM) held recently at the Head Office and attended by the Board of Commissioners Telkomsel Telkomsel.
Noted, all aspects of double-digit growth and exceeded the average Indonesian telecommunications industry, with revenue growth of 12% to Rp 54.5 trillion, including EBITDA in 2012 were also increased to Rp 30.6 trillion, or 11%.
Telkomsel continued positive growth is believed to be a strong foundation to face competition in the telecommunications industry in 2013, is getting tougher by doing a variety of groundbreaking products and services.
“The high confidence to Telkomsel subscribers increasingly cemented as a market leader by the number of subscribers reached 125 million and a 55% market share of the three largest mobile operators in Indonesia,” said Original Brahmin, Corporate Secretary of Telkomsel, Tuesday (04/16/2013).
With 125 million subscribers, Telkomsel is arguably the operator by the number of customers in the world’s sixth largest.
Subsidiary of Telkom also conduct a variety of innovations beyond telco and mobile services and digital data-based businesses, such as by supporting less cash society such as T-Cash and creative industries such as mobile applications and Value Added Services (VAS) other.
Throughout the 2012 SingTel has deployed more than 11,675 3G base stations to fulfill the number of Vodacom 3G base stations to 15 thousand units. Vodacom currently has a total of approximately 54 297 base stations throughout Indonesia.
“Telkomsel has consistently implementing technology roadmap of 3G, HSDPA, HSPA +, as well as being the first operator in Indonesia which successfully tested the service Long Term Evolution (LTE),” First said.
Telkomsel will trust the quality of service has received recognition both nationally and internationally with a number of awards to more than 100 within a period of 18 years serving Indonesia.