Shortly after being spun-off from the telecommunications division of the Rajawali Group, Transpacific acquired Jasnita in 1996.
Specializing in IP based voice solutions, our business focused on rendering project-based, value-added services to large enterprise clients.
In the early 2000s, VoIP was a new growing trend and presented a great business opportunity in Indonesia due to the lower tariffs compared to traditional calls. Jasnita launched its Dolphin calling card service in 2000. It catered to foreign workers or families of foreign workers that needed the service to call overseas without paying the high call tariffs. It also pivoted to launch one of Indonesia’s first information helpline, “13TYP”.
In less than a decade, Jasnita was awarded an Internet Service Provider license in 2009. Later in the year, we also received a license to build a nationwide fiber optic and 4G LTE network. Jasnita was growing to potentially become one of the top 10 major telecommunication operators in the country, competing against the likes of First Media, Biznet, and Telkom. By 2014, the company owns and services the communication of three main icons in Jakarta: Grand Indonesia Shopping Town, WTC Mangga Dua, and Oakwood Cozmo.
In 2015, the company went through a major restructuring in the hope to renew the 2020 vision of becoming one of Asia’s leading communication companies. Today, Jasnita comprises 3 main units: telecommunications, call center, and cloud communications. It is on a new path to discover the opportunities in cloud technology and application-based communications while providing more efficient and modern solutions to cater to an end-to-end connectivity solution to business and enterprise clients. We also aim to begin expanding our infrastructure footprint in fiber optics and broadband wireless access.