Saudi Telecom Co., the largest Arab
phone company, said its unit will be ``aggressive'' in building
its network in Indonesia, Asia's third-most populated nation, as
competition intensifies at home.
PT Natrindo Telepon Seluler, the third mobile-phone
operator to begin services in Indonesia in a year, will more
than double the number of transmission stations in the next two
years to more than 8,000 from an estimated 3,700 by the end of
2008, said President Director Erik Aas.