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  • Groovia TV and internet

    I've been looking for internet and cable tv providers and came across Groovia TV, which seems to be affiliated with Telkom Vision and Telkom Indonesia. The packages that they are offering seem "reasonable" (at least compared to the prices for Speedy). E.g. the 2Mbps combo is Rp 500 000.

    Has anyone here used Groovia or thought about signing up for it?

    Thanks!

  • #2
    It is wiser of you separate your service subscription. Depending on the area you are living, you can get a Satellite TV which allow you to get 200-500+ Channels with only one time payment. And then subscribe your internet service wisely too...

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    • #3
      Thanks owl99, I hadn't thought about satellite. Wouldn't quite know what to do with hundreds of channels, but for sure I'd be up for the challenge.

      However that might make my internet subscription more expensive if I don't bundle up these services ...

      Originally posted by owl99 View Post
      It is wiser of you separate your service subscription. Depending on the area you are living, you can get a Satellite TV which allow you to get 200-500+ Channels with only one time payment. And then subscribe your internet service wisely too...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dairyking View Post
        ....However that might make my internet subscription more expensive if I don't bundle up these services ...

        Telkom is not exactly a good price/benefit service provider , and also , their TV channels selection is different from the other pay TV providers .

        I would take a look into all the options first .
        Below are some of the options :

        For TV :
        http://www.indovision.tv/index.php?mod=SB0004
        http://www.top-tv.co.id/
        http://www.telkomvision.com/
        http://www.yestvsatelit.com/
        http://www.okevision.tv/
        http://www.skynindo.tv/LineUp.php
        http://www.aora.tv/
        http://protechparabola.wordpress.com/pay-tv

        Mobile internet providers :
        http://www.telkomsel.com/ (GSM , SIM card)
        http://www.indosat.com/sitemap (GSM , SIM)
        http://www.smartfren.com/data/index.html (CDMA , R-UIM card)
        http://www.xl.co.id/ (GSM , SIM)
        http://www.bakrietelecom.com/ (CDMA , R-UIM)
        http://tri.co.id/ (GSM , SIM)
        http://www.axisworld.co.id/Paket_Internetan (GSM , SIM)

        There may be others , like cable TV/internet , ..
        Last edited by marcus; 13-02-12, 21:03.

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