#kamisukareview – Samsung and strong network Telkomsel offer a combination of quality devices as a distance learning solution for schools and teachers. As is known, the implementation of Distance Learning brings its own challenges.
The challenges of learning online are not only for parents and students, but these challenges are also felt by schools and teachers. Especially the need to be able to provide smartphones and data quotas to support the smooth implementation of PJJ.
Samsung X Telkomsel Supports Distance Learning
For this reason, Samsung collaborates with Telkomsel to present a solution that can answer these needs in the form of bundling products that combine quality devices from Samsung, with strong networks from Telkomsel.
“We recognize that distance learning affects every party involved and presents its own challenges.
“For schools, of course, the challenges faced are how to provide reliable quality equipment and of course an internet network for the smooth running of the PJJ process.
“Therefore, we are working with Telkomsel to present a bundling package which is expected to be a solution for schools to be able to carry out an effective and efficient PJJ process.” Said Irfan Rinaldi, Product Marketing Manager of Samsung Electronics Indonesia.
Affordable Packages for Schools
Various schools and educational institutions can get Galaxy A01 Core, A01 and A11 bundling packages as well as Telkomsel internet quota at affordable prices.
Only with Rp. 5000, – users will immediately get a total internet quota of 21GB consisting of 20GB student quota + 1GB Telkomsel internet data.
This quota package can be used to access various ilmupedia and conference applications that have been presented by Telkomsel specifically to support the independent learning process since the issuance of the distance learning appeal by the government.
Among them, applications such as Google Classroom, Rumah Belajar, Zenius, Quipper, Udemy, Duolinggo, Sekolah.mu, Cakap, Bahaso, Cambridge Assesment English, Kipik School 4.0, Pijar Sekolah, AyoBlajar, Zoom, Google Meet, CloudX, UmeetMe, Microsoft Teams , Cisco Webex, as well as hundreds of e-learning colleges and schools.
General Manager of Telkomsel's Device Strategic Partnership. Lolyta Sihite said, “We understand that the distance learning process is greatly influenced by the availability of capable devices and the presence of a reliable broadband network.
“Therefore, as a leading digital telecommunication company, it continues to actively collaborate with various parties in the world of education to be able to expand the utilization of access, capacity and quality of broadband services that can improve the quality of distance learning.”
Lolyta then added, “This collaboration between Telkomsel and Samsung will be very useful to support distance learning through a combination of quality smartphones and leading broadband networks.
“Hopefully this initiative can provide a million morning enthusiasm for students to keep achieving, as well as a solution for schools and educational institutions to carry out teaching and learning activities effectively and efficiently.”
To provide convenience for its customers who focus on activities from home, Telkomsel itself has carried out a number of network technical optimization activities with a focus on residential areas.
As of the third quarter of this year, Telkomsel has also operated 23,000 new 4G BTS, from the construction of 25,000 4G BTS that had been planned by the end of the year.
To find out more about Samsung and Telkomsel solutions aimed at schools and educational institutions to support this distance learning process, please visit the link https://www.samsung.com/id/business/promotions/sangat-tetap-sekolah/.