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Telkom to lead US$24b broadband expansion in Indonesia

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Only 12 per cent of Indonesia's total population had access to mobile broadband last year - and at a relatively slow speed of 512 kilobyte-per-second, according to ministry data.

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STATE-owned telecom firm PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk will take the lead in a US$24 billion drive to expand Indonesia's broadband capacity over the next five years, the communication and information minister said.

Rudiantara, part of newly elected President Joko Widodo's

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