Improve Service, GO-JEK Launches GO-BILLS

By : Ridwan And Aldi Firhand. A | Wednesday, November 22 2017 - 20:49 IWST

CEO Go-Jek Nadiem Makarim (Foto SWA)
CEO Go-Jek Nadiem Makarim (Foto SWA) - Jakarta - the leading provider of on-demand application-based services in Indonesia, Go-JEK continues to improve its services to provide a better experience for its customers.

One new step that GO-JEK brings is launching a new GO-BILLS feature that facilitates the payment of household needs.

Through this latest feature you will be facilitated in terms of making electricity payment, either postpaid or prepaid. There is also a choice of token pulses PLN starting from the nominal Rp 20 thousand to Rp 1 million.

In addition, through this feature GO-JEK service users can pay the Health Service Provider Social Health (BPJS) dues. You are given a payment option that can be made to pay the bill up to 12 months.

Payments on Go-Bills are made in non-cash aliases using their e-money feature Go-Pay. That way, Go-Bills features add payment options for various daily services on the Go-Jek platform.

CEO & Founder of GO-JEK, Nadiem Makarim, said the initial step of Go-Bills is in line with the cashless society. One of the national movements is non-cash, it is a cashless economy.

"In the future, this service will not only stop here, we will expand the next service," said Nadiem during a press conference at GO-JEK Office, Jakarta, Wednesday (22/11/2017).

Based on data from Euromonitor 2016, it is mentioned that 25 percent of consumer transactions in Indonesia currently use non-cash transactions.

Meanwhile, Bank Indonesia said in September 2017, non-cash transactions reached Rp817 billion with a total transaction of more than 65 million transactions.

On the other hand, Director of Technology and Information BPJS Health, Wahyuddin Bagenda revealed, synergy with Go-Jek is expected to make it easier for the community, especially JKN-KIS participants through Go-Bills feature in Go-Jek application.

"Participants of JKN-KIS can pay dues anytime and anywhere," he said.

So far, there are more than 600 thousand points of JKN-KIS fee service throughout Indonesia. With the cooperation with Go-Jek, is a payment channel that can be used by participants.

As information, currently Go-Jek has been downloaded more than 50 million times. Of this amount, more than half of its users have transacted using Go-Go-Pay services, from transport to other services.

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