Bakrie Connectivity (BConnect) today presents its first Internet service-based next-generation CDMA technology (3.75 G), ie, EVDO Rev A.
To support these services, BConnect also sold two internet modems besutan Olive vendors Huawei and China each worth USD 499 thousand, with the ability to access up to 3.1 Mbps download and upload speeds up to 1.8 Mbps.
Affordable packages offered temporary Hyper-Speed Access (AHA), a data service provided, were divided into three groups, namely Economic Pack, Dynamic Package, and package quality.
Economical Package offers 200Kbps access speed, with a monthly tariff of Rp 80 thousand and the daily rate of USD 4000. Dynamic package provides access speed up to 600Kbps, with a monthly tariff of Rp 110 thousand, and daily rate of Rp 6000. While promising Fantastic Package-speed access up to 3.1 Mbps, with a monthly tariff of Rp 200 thousand, and the daily fare of Rp 10,000.
“Every customer specific packages can also take advantage of the features of speed booster, which is based on speed upgrades daily, at a cost of several thousand rupiah,” said Anindya Bakrie, Bakrie Connectivity Commissioner in Jakarta, June 24, 2010.
On the content side, modems integrated AHA provides besutan browser Google Chrome, the Google search bar, news ticker the latest news from VIVAnews, as well as image editing application besutan Google.
“We are pleased to cooperate with Bakrie Connectiity which has the same vision with us to bring fast internet to users,” said Emmanuel Sauquet, Google’s Director of Business Development Asia, on the same occasion.
According Sauquet, Google supports the use of the claimed Chrome browser besutannya faster, simpler and more secure than other browser. He cited the security features of Chrome are able to fend off a variety of malware and phishing in cyberspace.
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