smartfren

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PT Smartfren Telecom Tbk
Public IDXFREN
Headquarters Jakarta, Indonesia
Parent Global Mediacom[1](2002-2010)
Bakrie Group (2003-2016)
Sinar Mas Group (2006-present)
Rajawali Corpora (2007-2016)
Website http://www.smartfren.com

PT Smartfren Telecom Tbk (IDX:FREN ( formerly known as Smart and Fren)), also simply Smartfren and styled smartfren, is one of the leading telecommunication service providers in Indonesia for retail and corporate segment. Smartfren began operations in 2011 in Indonesia. In 2015, Smartfren launched the first 4G LTE advance service in Indonesia and became the leading 4G service provider that currently has the widest 4G LTE coverage in Indonesia.

In the beginning of 2016, Smartfren became the first Indonesian telecommunication company that provides Voice over LTE service (known as VoLTE). It also became the communication company that has the widest 4G LTE Advance service in Indonesia.

Andromax[edit]

Smartfren Telecom has a partnership with some Chinese-based smartphone manufacturers like Hisense, Haier, ZTE, and others to produce smartphones and tablet under the Smartfren Andromax brand. These phones operate on CDMA 2000 1xEVDO Rev A up to LTE with VoLTE and using Android OS. The line up for Andromax is C and G for Low End Smartphone, I and T for Mid to Low End Smartphone, and U, V, and Z for Mid to High End Smartphone. The recent lineup for smartphone with LTE capability are E, Q, and R. Recent series that support VoLTE technology are E2 and R2.

LTE[edit]

To strengthen the high-speed mobile network, Smartfren launched LTE data services in 2015.

Slogans[edit]

As Smart Telecom[edit]

  • Smart, Hebat, Hemat (2006-2011)

As Fren[edit]

  • Fren, Seluler Pilihan Cerdas (2006-2008)
  • Fren, Murah, Tidak Repot. (2008-2011)

As Smartfren[edit]

  • Live Smart (2011-2018)
  • 4G Go For It (2015-2018, After Smartfren Launch Andromax 4G LTE)
  • Hebat, Hemat, Cepat (2018-present)
  • Juaranya Internet Unlimited (2018-present)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-02-25. Retrieved 2008-11-10. 

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