BANDUNG-Telkomsel has prepared the utilization of mobile financial services service features through TCASH products. One of them by presenting the service Kencleng Digital TCASH Muhammadiyah Jabar as an effort to encourage the adoption of digital lifestyle-based services.
General Manager Sales Regional Jabar Telkomsel, Agustiyono said this application will also provide additional access for people who want to provide infaq Masjid can through QR Code features TCASH which will be installed on the mosque charity box in all areas of Muhammadiyah management.
"Kencleng Digital TCASH Muhammadiyah Jabar as an effort to encourage the adoption of digital lifestyle-based services," said Agustyono told reporters in Bandung, Wednesday (10/1/2018).
He mentioned as a future cooperation plan Telkomsel also presents a special smartphone that has been equipped with bundling package data quota, as well as applications and additional features specific to members and administrators Muhammadiyah.
In addition, Telkomsel will also present a number of other value-added services such as Nada Sambung Pribadi (NSP) Telkomsel with content on tausiah, religious songs, and Mars Muhammadiyah Organization.
This cooperation was also developed to encourage the penetration of broadband and digital services among young people residing in the Muhammadiyah community. One of them is through the provision of prepaid card for Youth Muhammadiyah Community which has been equipped with 8GB and 9GB data quota package and push forward plan to present tablet device with E-Book and E-Learning service features for students in all schools under Muhammadiyah management.
According to Agustyono, Telkomsel's features and services presented to PW Muhammadiyah Jabar will be optimized with the support of Telkomsel's leading broadband-based networking network, with more than 2,600 BTS 4G reaching the population in West Java.
"We are committed to bringing a variety of integrated services that will facilitate communication access for PW Muhammadiyah Jabar managers who have enough community members and are already open in the utilization of various technological advances," he concluded. (MAT)