In the future, you will be able to pay your phone bills with a mobile payment card from your bank account.
The country will be the first to allow mobile payments on mobile devices, following Indonesia’s successful pilot of mobile payment cards.
The country has been in talks with the World Bank, which will soon make it mandatory for Indonesian banks to accept the new cards.
Indonesia has long been one of the largest mobile marketplaces in the world, with a massive $20 billion market for mobile payments.
The national credit card system has been widely used by consumers for payment in the country.
The move will help the country reach its goal of reducing its population to 2.5 billion people by 2050.
Indias government is already looking to move to mobile payments through a series of initiatives including allowing companies to accept payment through their mobile phones and making it easier for companies to set up shop in Indonesia.
According to The Jakarta Post, the government has agreed to the payment cards being available in the banking system from March 30.