Telkomsel Points Donation Helps Customers to Return to their Hometowns

Berikut Telkomsel Points Donation Helps Customers to Return to their Hometowns
Yang terbaru kami bagikan untuk anda. Dapatkan informasi gadget terbaru hanya di – Jakarta – Telkomsel presents the Mudik Hepi Telkomsel Point social movement program, which allows customers to exchange Telkomsel Points for donations that are collected into one free homecoming ticket for those who need it.

Telkomsel invites its customers to actively participate in sharing goodness with others. Customers who have exchanged Telkomsel Points will be used as free homecoming tickets for people in need, especially workers in the informal sector.

Through this social movement initiative, as many as 1,400 travelers departed for their homecoming destinations to be able to celebrate Ramadan and Idul Fitri celebrations this year.


“In the midst of the post-COVID-19 pandemic situation, Telkomsel wants to invite all customers to be able to celebrate the moments of Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr 1444 H with full kindness and concern for others,” said Telkomsel’s VP Postpaid Consumer, International Roaming and Interconnect, Bernadus Wahyu Wijayanto.

So, Telkomsel customers can exchange their 25 Telkomsel Points through the MyTelkomsel Application, then exchange them for donations which are then collected into one free homecoming ticket for informal sector workers who need it by using bus and ship modes of transportation.

Telkomsel is also collaborating with BenihBaik as a crowdfunding platform from Indonesia and a platform for receiving and distributing donations sent by Telkomsel’s loyal customers to people in need.

There are seven destinations for going home with departures using the bus transportation mode, namely Lampung, Palembang, Padang, Pekanbaru, Tasikmalaya, Semarang, and Surabaya. As for the mode of sea transportation, there are three destination cities, namely departure from Sampit to Semarang, Tarakan to Pare-Pare, and Makassar to Surabaya.

A total of 1,400 travelers departed, where the beneficiaries are members of the informal sector workers who work as online motorcycle taxi drivers, cleaning workers, and Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).

All bus travelers will depart simultaneously from Jakarta to the city of their homecoming destination on April 19 2023, while travelers via ship will depart according to the Pelni Ship schedule.

Telkomsel hopes that the Telkomsel Points Homecoming Hepi Program can provide the experience of returning home safely and comfortably and celebrating Eid al-Fitr at home.


As felt by Diana, one of the beneficiaries and homecoming participants who works as an MSME actor from Makassar who feels helped because she can get free homecoming tickets to Surabaya with three other family members

“Thanks to Telkomsel, I finally had the opportunity to go home again after two years of not going home because of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as being able to visit my parents’ graves at the moment of Eid,” said Diana. [HBS]