As a digital connectivity enabler, Telkomsel is committed to offering state-of-the-art solutions that are suitable to customer needs, Telkomsel's vice president of the digital lifestyle, Nirwan Lesmana, said in a written statement received here on Monday.
"We are pleased to be working with Zoom as it will open opportunities for our customers so that they can collaborate effectively, increase productivity, and support community activities by utilizing advanced digital technology," Lesmana remarked.
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As part of the collaboration, Telkomsel and Zoom will release a special Zoom package for all Telkomsel customers, he added.
The package will be offered as part of Telkomsel's efforts to provide inexpensive communication access to meet the needs of remote interactions, Lesmana said.
"Our efforts with Zoom are a tangible manifestation of Telkomsel's strategy to continuously cooperate with business partners, including with leading platforms, to empower Indonesia's inclusive and sustainable digital ecosystem through cross-sector teamwork," he remarked.
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The partnership will enable Telkomsel's customers from all parts of society to enjoy premium virtual interactions on Telkomsel's flagship network at an affordable cost, he added.
Head of APAC Zoom, Ricky Kapur, said that Telkomsel customers will now be able to access Zoom's powerful, reliable, and feature-rich video communication platform to improve connection quality and productivity when working under hybrid work arrangements.
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Kapur said it is a natural progression toward supporting Indonesia's digital transformation.
"As we are expanding our presence in Southeast Asia, we are excited to collaborate with Telkomsel in bringing a safe and seamless way of communicating for users throughout Indonesia," he added.
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