Bolt! chief product officer, Billy Abe, left, received the Top Wireless Internet Provider 2016 award from the chairman of APJII, Indonesian Internet Service Providers Association, Jamalul Izza at Balai Kartini, Jakarta, on Wednesday (23/11). (Investor Daily Photo/Emral)
Bolt! Named Top Wireless Internet Provider Two Years in a Row
BY :DHANIA PUTRI SARAHTIKA
NOVEMBER 24, 2016
Jakarta. Mobile broadband provider Bolt! was named the Top Wireless Internet Provider in the country for the second year in a row at the Top IT & Telco 2016 awards ceremony at Balai Kartini in Jakarta on Wednesday (23/11).
Bolt! chief product officer, Billy Abe, received the award from the chairman of APJII, the Indonesian Internet Service Providers Association, Jamalul Izza.
The event was also attended by Communication and Informatics Minister Rudiantara, IT industry players, representatives of government institutions and telco vendors.
"Bolt! winning the Top Wireless Internet Provider award again this year is testimony to its consistency in providing the best quality and most stable 4G connection all over the country," Billy said.
Billy said Bolt!'s mantra is simple, offer a stable internet connection for less than its competitors charge. The recipe seems to be working so far.
The winner of the award was chosen based on a survey involving 1,550 respondents in six cities in Indonesia: the Greater Jakarta Area, Surabaya (East Java), Semarang (Central Java), Medan (North Sumatra), Makassar (South Sulawesi) and Balikpapan (East Kalimantan).
A total of 41 companies and 14 government institutions which had used IT effectively to boost productivity, competitiveness, and services received the Top IT & Telco 2016 awards.
The event was organized by iTech magazine in cooperation with Aspekti (Indonesian Telematics Consultants Association), Iktii (Indonesian IT Consultants Association), Mastel (Society of Telematics), ATSI (Indonesian Telecommunication Companies Association), ABDI (Indonesian Big Data Association) and Forti (State Owned Enterprises IT Forum) with the full support of the Ministry of Communication and Informatics.