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Introduction

This is an update of Indonesia's telecoms market, covering fixed broadband and mobile market trends and regulation. It includes service provider performance, multiplay services and bundling, MVNOs, and a TV/video market outlook.

Highlights

  • Indonesian mobile operators struggling to maintain revenue growth in a data-centric market are adopting strategies to boost data consumption and improve ARPU and are accelerating expansion of network coverage. Fixed broadband service providers have the greatest growth potential and are investing to extend network footprints and to improve broadband speed.
  • The Indonesian mobile market has 2G, 3G, and 4G customers. W-CDMA ended 2017 with the largest market share at 45%. LTE is expected to be the leading technology with the largest subscription base by end-2020, as operators are driving the migration from 2G/3G to 4G by implementing strategies including a migration program and 4G device bundles.
  • In the fixed broadband segment, DSL and fiber are level with 44% market share each. However, fiber is expected to become the dominant technology over the five-year forecast period as DSL declines.

Features and Benefits

  • Identifies key market developments in the telecoms, TV, and OTT video markets in Indonesia
  • Discusses technology trends, including the growing dominance of fiber

Key questions answered

  • What is the potential for growth in the Indonesian pay-TV market?
  • How are telcos developing their marketing strategies in response to an increasingly competitive market?

Table of contents

Summary

  • Introduction
  • Download 1: Indonesia: Mobile, Broadband, TV, and OTT Video Report