JAKARTA - Telkomsel successfully served communication convenience during the 10th World Water Forum in Bali, by recording an increase in data service traffic or payloads of up to 43 percent compared to normal days.

Not only that, specifically for 5G network data services, Telkomsel also saw an increase in payload traffic which reached more than 114 percent compared to normal days.

"Our efforts are also in line with Telkomsel's spirit which is inspired by Indonesia's spirit of moving progress, including supporting the success of the Indonesian Government to host the 2024 World Water Forum international event," said Telkomsel Network Director, Indra Mardiatna.

The Telkomsel report also sees an increase in data service traffic of 43 percent, in line with Telkomsel's efforts to ensure the presence of digital connectivity with leading technology 4G/LTE and 5G in 344 existing sites that reach points in the 10th WWF.

In addition, Telkomsel recorded an increase in the activation of Telkomsel Prepaid Tourists' first cards by more than 4.1 percent and the Tourist Prepaid ESIM by more than 8.9 percent compared to normal days.

"In line with the company's sustainable business process that puts forward the principles of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), Telkomsel is committed to continuing to support sustainable initiatives for the common welfare and sustainability of the environment in the future," concluded Indra.

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