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Bolt Users Also Mandatory to Registration

Jakarta -Re-registration and registration that previously applies to mobile subscribers of Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) internet users such as Bolt.

Executive Director of the Association of Indonesian Telecommunications Providers (ATSI) Sutrisman said the government is currently discussing details of registration provisions for nonseluler customers.

“For Bolt customers will be issued regulations,” he said in Jakarta, Monday (4/23/2018).

He also does not know when registration for customers of this type begins. Because the provisions of registration must be regulated through regulations such as Ministerial Regulation. Certainly, the registration period for this customer will be separate from the mobile customer registration ending April 30, 2018.

Previously, the government also issued the Regulation of the Minister of Communication and Information No.14 / 2017 on Prepaid Card Registration. The Beleid was published in September before registration begins in late October 2017.

“Wait for the candy,” he said.

From the latest data, as many as 328.33 million numbers or rather 328,332,548 pre-registered numbers are registered until the second week of April 2018.

Meanwhile, the data is the result of reconciliation between the operator and the Directorate General of Population and Civil Registration (Dukcapil) of the Ministry of Home Affairs. Initially, there were 438.57 million numbers or precisely 438,576,494 prepaid numbers registered at the Directorate General of Dukcapil.

From the results of reconciliation details, there are 163.01 million Telkomsel numbers, 103.44 million Indosat numbers, and 47.822 million XL numbers. The remaining 14.03 million Tri, 7.68 million Smartfren and 14,459 Sampoerna Telekomunikasi Indonesia (STI) numbers.

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