Access in Indonesia Indonesia score #613.16?Rank out of 92 countries. Score out of 10.
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Internet penetration in Indonesia stands at 15 percent, and less than two percent of the population has a fixed broadband subscription. Given that the country geographically includes about 17,000 islands, its Internet infrastructure is decentralized and links to several international cables. Nevertheless, personal broadband connections remain prohibitively expensive for many. Mobile phone use is far more prevalent; a penetration rate of 115 percent indicates that some people have more than one phone. More than two-thirds of Indonesians use mobile phone to access the Internet, and more than half use cybercaf├ęs, also called warnets. Warnet operators must document who uses their facilities and submit that data to the Indonesia Security Incident Response team on Information Infrastructure.