Mobile Banking in Indonesia

In Indonesia, a large percentage of the population has little or no access to financial services due to geographical, infrastructural and cost barriers. With only 50-60 million Indonesians, out of a total population of 250 million, estimated to have bank accounts and, by our estimates, between 96 million and 114 million actual mobile subscribers, mobile telephone networks look to have a huge potential to provide – and extend the provision of – financial services.


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