2015)JAKARTA - PT XL Axiata Tbk (XL) Axis Telekom Capital Group Jakarta to prepare a special plan to support the development of underdeveloped areas in Indonesia. This commitment is in line with the government's plan to accelerate development in remote areas, including border areas. Deputy Chief Executive Officer (CEO) XL Dian Siswarini states, currently XL currently brewing a special plan that is expected to help support the vision of the government in distributing development. One of which is certainly among others adjust network development and open service by reaching remote and border areas. "There are dozens of BTS XL standing in the border areas, which are also remote from economic centers. Such areas include Sabang, Semeulue, Nias, Natuna, and a number of islands in the Riau Islands bordering Singapore and Malaysia," said Dian in a press release on Tuesday (10/2) In addition, XL also builds base stations in north Borneo bordering Sarawak and Sabah. In eastern Indonesia, XL also has BTS among others in Biak, Jayapura, and Merauke. According to Dian, in fact since the previous year’s XL always tries to keep building the infrastructure and roll out services in areas that are not profitable business. The consideration is to be able to assist the local area by encouraging the growth of the local economy, which in turn will be able to contribute to the acceleration of development. In the next plan, XL not only network and services will offer a course for disadvantaged areas. XL will also try to be more empowering potential benefits owned by the telecommunications network infrastructure and the internet to be able to develop the potential of an area more comprehensively. Concepts such as the local empowerment "Smart City" or "Smart Village" will be the reference. In addition, the Government's vision to build maritime and agriculture is also a reference XL. Communications and information technology will be able to help the efforts to promote fisheries and agriculture sectors. Moreover, from this year's 4G service will probably already be further developed to support the provision of fast internet services. He affirmed, XL will explore all the possibilities that can be done to participate and support the government's vision. Currently XL network has served almost all provinces across Indonesia, with 59.6 million subscribers as customers. XL optical fiber backbone network has reached more than 30,000 km, which extends and connects all the main islands, Sumatra-Java-Bali-Lombok Sulawesi, Kalimantan. Backbone XL is also connected directly to the international network through Johor, Malaysia. Total BTS XL has now reached more than 52 thousand BTS (2G & 3G)..