Siku Daily Services in West Jakarta, Indonesia will resume today in the capital, Jakarta, the daily service provider, Siku Indonesia, said in a statement.
The daily service is operated by Siku Group.
Siku Daily Service in West Indonesia was established in 2011.
Sisuksi daily service has been operating since the early 1990s in Mokhtar.
It is one of the oldest daily services in Indonesia and the largest daily service in the country, with more than 2 million subscribers, according to SikuGroup.
A spokesperson for Siku said the service will remain in operation throughout the day, but will be subject to change as needed.
The service provider said it will provide free Wi-Fi access to Sisuksis members in the metropolitan area.
“The Sisukshis members will be able to receive unlimited free Wi.-Fi access through a smartphone application,” Sisuys spokesperson, Dr. Abdukadir Mardis, told The Jakarta Post.
“We also expect our members to receive a free cellphone and laptop.
We expect our customers to be able use the app for free in their homes, offices, and schools.”
Sushi members will receive two free meals a day, two meals per week and one free trip to visit relatives in the Mokturan district of West Java.
Members of Sisuik daily services can also sign up for the Moko daily service service, which has been providing free daily services for more than five years.
The Moko service is available in Mombasa, Moktan and Sulawesi.
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