Communications in Indonesia
- Official Language
- Indonesian (bahasa Indonesia)
- Other Languages Spoken
- There are more than 660 languages. The most important ones are Javanese (70 million), Sundanese (20 million), Madurese (9 million) and Malay (15 million). English is also spoken.
- Business Language
- Getting Some Knowledge
- Different websites which give an introduction to Indonesian are listed on the website Living in Indonesia.
- Free Translation Tools
Freedict.com : Free English-Indonesian dictionary
Indonesian Language Resources : Useful links for Indonesian-English translations
- Quality of Communications
- The state of telephone services varies according to the districts of Jakarta, and depends on the local capacity of exchanges to face demand. It is costly and tiresome to want to install a new telephone line. It is easy to subscribe to a mobile telephone line, and the operators use GSM and CDMA technologies. You can easily find inexpensive "warnet" (Internet cafés) in town.
- Telephone Codes
To Make a Call From Indonesia, Dial 00 or 008
To Make a Call to in Indonesia, Dial +62
- Number of Digits of National Telephone Numbers
- Mobile Telephone Standards
- GSM, CDMA.
- National Mobile Phone Operators
- Telkmosel and Natrindo Telepon Selular
Availability of Internet
- Internet Suffix
- National Internet Access Providers
- Indosat and indobiz
- Access in Public Places
- It is relatively easy and inexpensive to use Internet in town in the warnet, the Indonesian Internet cafés.
- Access in Hotels
- Except in big hotels in Jakarta, Internet is not generally available in hotels.
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