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5G can bring $1.8b in revenues for RI telecoms in 2025: Study

  • Eisya A. Eloksari

    The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Mon, October 14 2019   /  02:10 am
Connecting the people: Two workers conduct regular maintenance on a telecommunications tower owned by PT Tower Bersama Infrastructure (TBIG) in Cikampek, West Java. A recent study indicates that Indonesia will likely adopt fifth-generation wireless technology starting in 2022, a little bit late compared to other ASEAN countries such as Singapore and Vietnam. (JP/Nurhayati)(TBIG) in Cikampek, West Java. A recent study indicates that Indonesia will likely adopt fifth-generation wireless technology starting in 2022, a little bit late compared to other ASEAN countries such as Singapore and Vietnam. (JP/Nurhayati)

Connecting the people: Two workers conduct regular maintenance on a telecommunications tower owned by PT Tower Bersama Infrastructure (TBIG) in Cikampek, West Java. A recent study indicates that Indonesia will likely adopt fifth-generation wireless technology starting in 2022, a little bit late compared to other ASEAN countries such as Singapore and Vietnam. (JP/Nurhayati)Although Indonesia’s adoption of the fifth generation ( 5G ) wireless technology is to likely lag behind regional peers, it can boost telecommunications operators' revenues by US$1.3 billion to $1.83 billion in 2025, with major contributions from enterprises, a recent study suggests.Enterprises can contribute 18 to 22 percent to incremental revenue growth while individual consumers can contribute 6 to 9 percent, according to the study conducted by computer networking company Cisco and management consulting company A.T...