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Indonesia’s largest operator Telkomsel uses NSN’s services for 3G, GSM upgrade & 1st LTE service.

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Indonesia’s largets network operator Telkomsel has employed NSN’s services to not only upgrade its GSM and 3G network, but also to provide LTE services to APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) CEO Summit in Bali, Indonesia, from October 1 to 8.

“The 4G LTE services that we offered during an international event such as APEC Summit, demonstrates our readiness to expand the broadband network in Indonesia. It is also a statement to the world that Indonesia is ready to implement the technology, and by implementing the technology in the country, we are going to support the economic development in Indonesia,” said Alex J. Sinaga, Chief Executive Officer of Telkomsel. “Our longstanding technology partner, NSN, helped us upgrade our existing GSM and 3G network across the country as well as deploy a reliable LTE network smoothly in Bali.”

NSN now has 116 commercial references for LTE implementation. Telkomsel is the world’s 6th largest cellular operator by number of subscribers and the market leader in Indonesia’s telecommunication industry. This win helps NSN further grow its LTE clout in APAC region.

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