Indosat Ooredoo is fully committed to supporting the second phase of the Government’s internet quota assistance provided by The Education and Culture Ministry for Distanced Learning Program (PJJ), which will be implemented starting this month.
This support is also part of the company’s commitment to accelerate digital transformation in Indonesia, which is currently implemented in the education sector during the pandemic.
Vikram Sinha, Director & Chief Operating Officer of Indosat Ooredoo, said “We are fully committed to provide continuous support to the society and government in facing COVID-19 Pandemic through the second phase of Government’s Internet Quota Assistance for Students, College Students, Teachers and Lecturers. This is also our commitment to accelerate digital transformation of Indonesia, in line with government vision to be the biggest economic digital in ASEAN. To support the delivery and the implementation of this program, we have ensured the improvement of our 4G Network throughout the country, therefore it can help the learning and teaching process to be better and effective. We believe that under any circumstances, we must ensure that our children and young children still have their rights to study effectively and with the best access.”
The amount of internet quota assistance which is 100% main quota will be received by IM3 Ooredoo users based on their education level. For Kindergarten Students, they will get a 7GB quota, as for Students, they will get a 10GB quota. On the other hand, the quota for Teachers is 12GB, and the quota is 15GB for College Students and Lecturers.
The main quota could be used anytime and anywhere for 24 hours to access the internet and online learning applications & platforms such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Classroom, Sekolahmu, Ruangguru, Zenius, etc.
Moreover, IM3 Ooredoo users also don’t need to worry if their quota is running out because this internet quota assistance is equipped with a Pulsa-Safe benefit, besides that IM3 Ooredoo users can also buy other internet packages that can run simultaneously with distance learning assistance quota for bigger internet access (quota).
Indosat Ooredoo urges Teachers and Students who are entitled to receive this quota assistance to register their IM3 Ooredoo numbers to the Dapodik system of their respective schools or educational institutions, and ensure the number is active.
Meanwhile, Indosat Ooredoo also continues to expand its video quality network to provide the best digital experience for customers, and this is accompanied with relevant and simple products. Indosat Ooredoo has an API Gift Data platform to accelerate the distribution of internet quota assistance from the Ministry of Education and Culture, which has been utilized since the first phase in 2020.