December 2, 2020, 06.10 PM
Workers have been spoiled with free Wi-Fi access at 252 TransJakarta bus stations during their commute which has taken effect since Dec. 1. ANTARA FOTO/GALIH PRADIPTAWorkers have been spoiled with free Wi-Fi access at 252 TransJakarta bus stations during their commute which has taken effect since Dec. 1.

KOMPAS.com – Workers have been spoiled with free Wi-Fi access since December 1 at 252 TransJakarta bus stations during their commute.

To ensure accessibility and user-friendly services, the Wi-Fi access in Jakarta’s main bus stations operated by PT Transportasi Jakarta does not require any username or passwords.

“Our Wi-Fi is now active in 252 Bus Rapid Transit stations at all of our corridors complete with high-speed service and a bandwidth of 5Gbps,” said Gidion Saritua, Executive Director of Digital Information Technology Transformation for TransJakarta.

Gidion said that each bus commuter will have an internet speed of up to 20 Mbps, free of charge and with an unlimited quota.

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“All of our bus passengers get the chance to surf the web and remain productive while waiting for their bus to arrive.”

The company has plans to improve its passenger service and experience by focusing on providing internet that is faster and more stable.

As such, commuters can expect faster Wi-Fi access as TransJakarta aims to increase the internet bandwidth to 10 Gbps in 2021.

“Wi-Fi access is available during each station’s operational hours.”

Read also: Nearly Three in Every Four Indonesians are Internet Users

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