With over 15 years experience, XL, armed with a deep understanding of its subscribers needs, is credited with bringing cellular services to ordinary Indonesians when it introduced the budget 'IDR1/second' programme in 2007, allowing more middle and lower income groups access to cellular services. XL has grown from a small company offering basic telephony services into one of the country's largest telecommunications companies, with extensive network infrastructure and services.
XL's network runs on GSM 900/DCS 1800 and IMT-2000/3G technologies and it holds several licences, including closed regular network (leased line), Internet Service Provider (ISP), Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), Internet interconnection services (NAP) and an e-money (electronic money) licence from the Central Bank of Indonesia, which enables XL to provide remittance services to its subscribers.
As the second largest telecommunications company in the market, in terms of market capitalisation, XL continues to innovate and is transforming itself into a leading mobile data provider, serving the burgeoning demand for data amongst Indonesians. XL is dynamic in managing and operating its business, and fast in adapting to changes in the industry and market landscape, to deliver excellent service quality to its customers.