According to Telkomsel's VP Sales, Yuen Kuan Moon, "during the last two months we have trialed the service extensively with 500 M-KIOS points in Jakarta.
The service has proven to be very well accepted by the market with more than 150,000 recharges completed by these 500 M-KIOS outlets during that trial period.This was achieved without any publicity at all.After today's commercial launch, we target to increase the current 500 M-KIOS points to more than 6000 throughout Indonesia.If there is further demand in this new way of recharging, we are prepared to open up even more at any time."Moon
added that with this service the business of prepaid recharge has become more mobile, in line with the service it relates to, since dealers are now no longer limited to a physical shop to be able to sell our products."So don't be surprised to see people selling Telkomsel
recharge credit on the street or in busy places like markets etcetera", he