BCA will add between 2,500 to 3,000 ATMs throughout the country this year, according to its executive director Jahja Setiatmadja.
These includes machines for cash and non-cash transactions.
Jahja refused to mention the budget the company allocated to expand its number of ATMs but emphasized that they will open a tender to get the cheapest price.
The expansion was aimed at reducing long queues at BCA ATMs.
“We don’t want to hear the ‘Bank Capek Antri’ [queuing bank] term anymore,” he said.
BCA currently has 8,500 ATMs across the country connected to 34,600 ATM Prima networks and 34,000 ATM Bersama networks
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