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Bali, Indonesia

5
-
7

June, 2012

Hosted By

PT. AXIS Telekom Indonesia



AXIS is the fastest growing national GSM mobile
operator in Indonesia. The company provides
2G, 3G and BlackBerry Services nationwide and
covers the world through over 370 international
roaming partners in 160 countries.



The brand first launched services in February
2008 and introduced a different approach in the
marketing of its products and service offerings
by being simple, easy to understand and
straightforward with its tariff plans. The company
also challenges the market norm by providing
honest offers without hidden terms and
conditions.



Innovative partnerships and continued
investment are driving AXIS’ rapid expansion
and positions the company as a national brand
with more than 80% population coverage in
Indonesia, covering Sumatra, Java, Bali,
Lombok, Kalimantan and Sulawesi. AXIS service
is now available in more than 400 cities across
the country and is now the 4th largest operator
in Indonesia in terms of coverage. AXIS HSPA
services has been launched in Bandung and will
be continued to other major cities.



AXIS is backed by the Middle East largest mobile
operator Saudi Telecom and Malaysia’s largest
mobile operator MAXIS.


AXIS Achievement

•Best Growth story of the year, TMT finance and


investment 2011, Middle East

•Best Mobile data service for GSM, selullar


awards 2011, Indonesia

•Best Marketing program, selullar awards 2011


& 2012, Indonesia

•Best Islamic finance deal of the year,


Euromoney 2012


35th GSMA Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition

35th GSMA Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition

ABOUT INDONESIA

• 4th Most populated country in the world after




China, USA and India, with 240 million people

• 17,508 Islands with 6000 of them being


inhabited

• The tropical climate all year long

• The third longest shoreline in the world (More


than 54 km) after Canada and European Union

• The world’s largest population of muslims

• 300 ethnic groups

• Bali is actually in Indonesia! (Bali also has 33


surfs spots)

• Over 3,500 species living in Indonesian waters,


compared to 1,500 on The great Barrier Reef


and 600 in The Red Sea.

• Puncak Jaya in the Lorentz National Park


Papua , the highest mountain in Indonesia has


the ice caps despite being at the tropical


equator

• Each of the largest Indonesian Islands has at


least one international airport



AIRPORT TAX

An airport departure tax of Rp.1
5
0.000,
-

is levied
by the airport authority for travellers leaving on
international flights and Rp.35.000,
-

for domestic
flights.


The tax must be paid in Rupiah.




TRANSPORTATION

The official hotel and the meeting venue can be
reached from Ngurah Rai airport in Bali by taxi,
which will cost about US$
8
.00. To go around
Nusa Dua area, Taxi can be hired through the
hotel concierge.

There are a lot of taxis at the
airport , prefer to use BALI TAXI and insist they
use a METER. Depending on traffic, the trip could
take up to 30 Minutes to the Hotel.




CURRENCY

The currency is the Indonesian Rupiah, with paper
notes in denominations of 1,000, 2,000, 5,000,
10,000, 20,000, 50,000, 100,000 and coins of
25,50, 100, 200, 500, 1,000.

Only Rupiah is acceptable at regular stores and
restaurants.


Most hotels, restaurants and
souvenir shops accept certain foreign currencies
and credit cards.


You can buy Rupiah at foreign
exchange banks and other authorised
moneychangers on presentation of your passport.
The exchange rate fluctuates regularly, check
your bank for the latest exchange rates.


The
exchange rate for


US$ 1.00 is approximately
Rp.9.000,
-

in June 2012.






TRAVELLER CHECKS AND

CREDIT CARDS

Traveller checks are accepted by leading banks and
hotels in principal cities.


The use of traveller
checks in Indonesia is as popular as in any other
countries.


Diners Club and American Express, Visa
and MasterCard are widely accepted at hotels,
department stores, shops, restaurants and
nightclubs.


According to the Indonesian banking
regulations, payment by credit cards should be
charged in local currency.



CLIMATE

Bali has such a mild climate whole year
round.


The sunny days within dry season between
May and September are warm and pleasant, while
in rainy season between October and April, tropical
shower will alternate with clear sky and sunshine.
The average temperature of the day in coastal
areas varies from about 28
o
C (82
o
F) during May,
June, July, to about 30
o
C (86
o
F) in March and
October. It is approximately one and half hour
drive to the highland where temperature varies
from 16
o
C to 26
o
C and it is known to drop to about
8
o
C during the night. The humidity is high (from a
minimum of 70% to a maximum of 95%). The
weather is most pleasant between May to
September.



INDONESIA STANDARD TIME

Indonesia’s three time zones have been changed
as shown below:


1.
Western Indonesia Standard Time
is

GMT plus 7
(GMT +7) hours (meridian 105
o
E), covering all
provinces in Sumatra and Java, and the provinces
of West and Central Kalimantan.

2.
Central Indonesia Standard Time
is

GMT plus 8
(GMT +8) hours (meridian 120
o
E), covering the
provinces of East and South Kalimantan, all
provinces in Sulawesi, and the provinces of Bali,
West and East Nusatenggara and East Timor.

3.
Eastern Indonesia Standard Time
is

GMT plus 9
(GMT +9) hours (meridian 135
o
E), covering the
provinces of Maluku and Irian Jaya.

35th GSMA Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition

VISA INFORMATION

No Visa may be required : Brunei Darussalam,
Hong Kong, Macao, Malaysia, Philippines,
Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, etc. Eligible for
obtaining Visa on Arrival (VOA) : Australia,
Bahrain, Cambodia, China, France, Germany,
India, Japan, Laos, Luxembourg, Maldives, New
Zealand, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, South Korea,
Taiwan, Timor Leste, UK, USA, etc.

This.


Visa can be obtained directly when you are landed
at the certain airports in Indonesia. The fee for
Visa on Arrival: US$ 10

for stay up to 10(ten)
days and US$ 25 for stay up to 30 (thirty) days
.

VISA on Arrival Indonesia


http://www.deplu.go.id/Pages/ServiceDisplay.aspx
?IDP=7&IDP2=21&Name=ConsularService&l=en


For those who require a letter of invitation

or other assistance to obtain a Visa, please


Contact:

Ms. Vivi Anggrayani

vivi.anggrayani@axisworld.co.id

+62 838 80100 83

HOTEL INFORMATION

A number of rooms have been allocated at


Ayodya Resort Bali

Jl. Pantai Mangiat

P.O.Box 46 Nusa Dua 80363 Bali


Indonesi
a

For Contact :

Ms. Vivi Anggrayani

vivi.anggrayani@axisworld.co.id

+62 838 80100 83


Ms. Nita Marpaung

nita.marpaung@ayodyaresortbali.com

+62 811 1751449

35th GSMA Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition

35th GSMA Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition



35th GSMA Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition

Hosted by PT. AXIS Telekom Indonesia

Ayodya

Resort, Bali, 5


7 June, 2012

35th GSMA Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition

16
:
0
0


Registration at Ayodya Main Lobby Resor
t

19
:
00


Welcome Reception



Monday, 4
th

June

DAY 1, Tuesday, 5th June

09:00

Opening Ceremony of the 35th GSMA Asia Pacific Conference and
Exhibition


Opening Ceremony
,
Welcome dance (traditional dance "
pendet
")


Opening Remarks,
Shigeyasu Suenaga, Chairman GSMA AP



AXIS Opening Address,
Erik Aas, CEO, PT. AXIS Telekom Indonesia



Introduction of key note speaker
, Chandra Aden,

H
ead

of Government
relations & regulatory, PT. AXIS Telekom Indonesia



SESSION 1 : Key Note Leadership Forum



09:30


Mobile Telecommunication Industry Policy in Indonesia.


Strategic role of mobile communications policy in Indonesia


Mobile communication industry way forward

Bapak Syukri
B
atubara
,
Indonesia’s Telecom
R
egulatory
C
hairmain



10:00

Retail Concepts


Switching from flagship stores to customer self service


Showcasing customer self service experience


Incorporating the cloud ecosystem

Daniel Horan, CMO, PT. AXIS Telekom Indonesia


35th GSMA Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition



10:30

Morning Tea Break


10:50

How to
maximize International roaming alliance partnerships


Benefits of having alliance groups


Maximise wholesale opportunities to benefit users


Switching from voice to rich data

Mohammed Assad Kondaji, CMO, STC International Group

1
1
:
20



Capitalizing on Roaming Data Growth

Rasmus Holst, Senior Vice President


Markets, MACH


1
1
:5
0


Lunch sponsored by MACH




SESSION 2 : Industry Focus



1
4
:
00


Optimize Your Next Generation Roaming Services


optimize your roaming business, focusing on LTE and Wi
-
Fi roaming/offload


and a seamless integration with 2G/3G roaming




the proactive, real
-
time utilization of available data in conjunction with


services designed to optimize network capacity, extend roaming coverage,


enhance the end
-
user experience, and protect the brand.

Claus Nielsen, Solutions Director


Asia Pacific, Syniverse
Technologies

14:30


International roaming product marketing


Identi
fying the stock


Relevancy to the target market


Strategies to close deals quickly

Stanley Manzini, Head of International Roaming &Wholesale Business,
PT. AXIS Telekom Indonesia




1
5:00


Tea Break

1
5
:20

Providing transparent hub
-
based roaming for mobile operators to
expand roaming connectivity


Stephen Breen, Senior roaming consultant, BICS

15:50

Panel Discussion
-

Customer / Technology Centric Innovation

Facilitated by Gil B. Genio, GSMA AP Deputy Chair

Panel:

Claus Nielsen, Solutions Director


Asia Pacific, Syniverse Technologies

Rasmus Holst, Senior Vice President


Markets, MACH

Bapak Natigor Sitorus, Marketing and sales director, Telkom International


16:20


Group
P
hoto
S
ession

16:50

Bilateral
m
eetings & ne
t
working session


17:30

End of day 1


1
9:00

Gala Dinner Hosted by PT AXIS Telekom Indonesia

Balines
e

Restaurant


35th GSMA Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition




SESSION
3

: CUSTOMER CENTRIC INNOVATION



09:
00


NETWORKING SESSION


09:30


Leveraging the role of IDD in Indonesia


Telkom wholesale opportunities


Catering for GSM & CDMA networks


Challenges and responsibilities of being

Asian Tier 1 operator

Budi Satrio
,
Telkom senior executive
,
PT Telkom International


10:
00


ANNOUNCE PRIZE WINNER


RAFFLE


1
0
:20

Morning Tea Break


10:55

PANEL DISCUSSION : The future of Mobile Telecom services

Facilitated by Stephen Breen
,

Senior roaming consultant, BICS

Panel: Dedi Suherman, Head of Core network , Telkomsel


Chandra Hawan Aden, Head of Governments regulatory, AXIS


Mohammed Kondakji, STC International CMO


1
1
:
45

Lunch sponsored by Syniverse


DAY 2 , Wednesday 6th June

35th GSMA Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition



DAY 3, Thursday, 7th June

08:30

|

14
:
30

NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY WITH SIGHT SEEING TOUR OF BALI


Barong Dance


Celuk Village (Gold and Silver Handy craft)


Puseh Batuan Temple


Ubud Monkey Forest


SE
SSION
4

: KEY PROJECT & REGIONAL UPDATES



1
3
:
00


Regulatory activities of GSMA in Asia Pacific

Chris Perera, Senior Director, Spectrum Policy & Regulatory Affairs,
-
Asia Pacific, GSMA


1
3
:
40


Roaming Quality Testing in World
-
Sports Events:

UEFA Euro
2012,

London Olympics & Paralympics 2012

Patrick Tang,

Executive Regional Director
-

Asia Pacific, Keynote
SIGOS


14:30


NETWORKING SESSION

16:00

Closing Ceremony


16:10

Closure of meeting


1
9
:00

Closing Gala Dinner