+62 Country Code – Indonesia – 0062

62 is the country code for Indonesia.

Jakarta is the capital city of Indonesia.

How to Call Indonesia from Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

To call a telephone number in Indonesia from Dubai (United Arab Emirates):

  • Dial the international call prefix. For calls from Dubai (United Arab Emirates), this is 00 (or '+' from mobile phones).
  • Dial the country code for Indonesia - 62.
  • Dial the subscriber number, omitting the first zero if there is one.

Landlines – City/Area Telephone Codes in Indonesia

Area telephone codes for a selection of the largest cities in Indonesia are listed below:

  • Bandung – 022
  • Bekasi  – 021
  • Depok – 021, 0251
  • Jakarta – 021
  • Makassar – 0411
  • Medan – 061
  • Palembang – 0711
  • Semarang – 024
  • Surabaya  – 031
  • Tangerang – 021

A 0 prefix is used with the area code when calling a landline number from a different area within Indonesia or from an Indonesian mobile.

Do not dial the 0 prefix or area code when telephoning from a landline in the same area of Indonesia.

Do not use the 0 prefix with the area code when calling from overseas.

For example, to call a number in Jakarta XXXXXXXX:

  • From a landline in Jakarta dial XXXXXXXX.
  • From a landline in Indonesia outside Jakarta, dial 021-XXXXXXXX.
  • From a mobile phone in Indonesia, dial 021-XXXXXXXX.
  • From another country, dial the international call prefix (00/+), the country phone code for Indonesia (62), the area code without the 0, and then the subscriber number e.g. 00-62-21-XXXXXXXX or +62-21-XXXXXXXX.

Mobile Telephone Numbers in Indonesia

Mobile phone numbers in Indonesia begin with 08.

Do not include any 0 prefix listed with the number when calling from outside Indonesia.

To call a mobile phone number in Indonesia from overseas, dial the international exit call prefix (00/+), the Indonesia country code (62), and then the subscriber number without the 0 e.g. 00-62-8XXXXXXXXXX or +62-8XXXXXXXXXX.

To call an Indonesian mobile phone number from Indonesia, dial the full number with a 0 prefix e.g. 08XXXXXXXXXX.

0062 +62 Indonesia Country Code
0062 +62 Indonesia Country Code

Landline Usage in Indonesia

Data from the World Bank shows that in 2022 there were 3.06 landline telephone subscribers for every 100 people living in Indonesia.

The table below shows how fixed-line phone subscription statistics have changed in recent years.

YearLandline Telephone Subscriptions (per 100 People) in Indonesia
20223.06
20213.29
20203.55
20193.58
20183.11
20174.18
20164.11
20154.01
201410.23
201312.13
201215.18
201115.63
201016.77
200914.44
200812.77
20078.32
20066.39
20055.90
20044.59
20033.61

Mobile Phone Usage in Indonesia

According to the World Bank, there were 114.90 mobile phone subscribers per 100 people in 2022.

This is a big increase from 2003 when there were 8.29 mobile phone subscribers for every 100 people.

Mobile telephone subscription statistics by year for Indonesia are shown in the table below.

YearMobile Phone Subscriptions (per 100 People) in Indonesia
2022114.90
2021133.65
2020130.81
2019126.59
2018119.61
2017164.54
2016147.25
2015130.82
2014127.07
2013123.67
2012112.69
2011101.10
201086.59
200967.92
200859.08
200739.76
200627.53
200520.50
200413.43
20038.29

Internet Usage in Indonesia

According to statistics from the World Bank, in 2022 66.48 per cent of the population of Indonesia used the internet.

This is a significant increase from 2003 when only 2.39 per cent of the population were active internet users.

Internet usage statistics in recent years are shown in the table below.

YearIndividuals Using the Internet in Indonesia (% of Population)
202266.48
202162.10
202053.73
201947.69
201839.90
201732.34
201625.45
201522.06
201417.14
201314.94
201214.52
201112.28
201010.92
20096.92
20087.92
20075.79
20064.76
20053.60
20042.60
20032.39

Several factors have contributed to the growth of internet usage in Indonesia. One of the most important factors is the increasing availability of affordable internet access. In recent years, there have been initiatives to improve internet access in Indonesia, including the rollout of new mobile broadband networks and the expansion of public Wi-Fi hotspots.

Another factor that has contributed to the growth of internet usage in Indonesia is the increasing use of mobile devices. More and more people are using smartphones and tablets to access the internet, and this is expected to continue to grow in the coming years.

Exchange Rate

The currency of Indonesia is the Indonesian rupiah (IDR).

Exchange rates between the Indonesian rupiah and the UAE dirham (IDR to AED, AED to IDR) are:

  • 1 Indonesian rupiah (IDR) = 0.00024 AED
  • 1 UAE dirham (AED) = 4245.63 IDR

Exchange rates on this page were last updated on .

Useful Information

Indonesia is an archipelagic country located in South-Eastern Asia. It consists of more than 17,000 islands. Indonesia is home to a population of over 275 million people, making it the fourth most populous country in the world.

The capital of Indonesia is Jakarta, which is also the largest city in the country.

Indonesia is a republic, with a presidential system of government. The President of Indonesia is the head of state and government,

The Indonesian culture is very diverse, with over 1300 ethnic groups. The most prominent ethnic group is the Javanese, which make up around 40% of the population. The Sundanese are the second-largest ethnic group.

Indonesia is a linguistically diverse country, with more than 700 living languages spoken throughout the archipelago. The official language of Indonesia is Indonesian, a standardised form of Malay. However, most Indonesians speak other languages as their first language. Other languages include Javanese, Sundanese, Minangkabau, and Balinese.

The majority of the population of Indonesia is Muslim, with almost 90% of the population identifying as Muslim. It is the most populous Muslim-majority country. Christianity is the second-largest religion. There are also small minorities of Hindus, Buddhists, and Confucians.

Useful information about Indonesia:

  • Two-letter Country Code (ISO 3166-1 alpha-2): ID
  • Three-letter Country Code (ISO 3166-1 alpha-3): IDN
  • Region: Asia
  • Sub-region: South-Eastern Asia
  • Capital: Jakarta
  • Area: 1,904,569 square km
  • Language(s): Indonesian
  • Borders: Timor-Leste, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea

Data from the World Bank shows that in 2022 the population of Indonesia was 275,501,339.

In 2003, the population was 223,080,121. Over the last 20 years, the population grew by 52,421,218 (23.5%).

The table below shows how the total population has changed in recent years.

YearTotal Population of Indonesia
2022275,501,339
2021273,753,191
2020271,857,970
2019269,582,878
2018267,066,843
2017264,498,852
2016261,850,182
2015259,091,970
2014256,229,761
2013253,275,918
2012250,222,695
2011247,099,697
2010244,016,173
2009240,981,299
2008237,936,543
2007234,858,289
2006231,797,427
2005228,805,144
2004225,938,595
2003223,080,121

Indonesia Map

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Map showing location of Indonesia
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