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Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison is the second-largest telecommunications company in Indonesia, after Telkomsel and ahead of XL Axiata and Smartfren.
It was created in January 2022 after the merger of Indosat Ooredoo, a subsidiary of Qatar’s Ooredoo, and Tri, the Indonesian branch of Hong Kong-based CK Hutchison Holdings’ Three brand.
Indonesian Satellite Corporation
This logo use "Kretatha Karya Samuha" philosophy, which means "serving telecommunications networks from sea and air (or sky)". Each represented in the form of light blue and dark blue.
||February 2, 2005
The "techno flower" logo was first used on February 2, 2005.
||November 19, 2015
On November 19, 2015, Indosat changed its name to Indosat Ooredoo, following its acquisition by Ooredoo (formerly Qtel), a Qatari-based international telecommunications company in 2007.
In 2017, the logo was slightly altered.
Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison
||January 4, 2022
On January 4, 2022, Indosat Ooredoo merged with the Indonesian operations of Three to form Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison.
|Affiliate company: CK Asset Holdings
3 Group Europe | Hutchison Asia Telecom Group | Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings | Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison | TPG Telecom | Wind Tre
Mobile network brands:
3 (Austria | Indonesia) | 48 | Hallon | Hutch (Sri Lanka) | IM3 | Smarty | Vietnamobile | Wind Tre (Business)
Defunct: 3 (Australia)1 | Hutch (India)5 | Infostrada (Italy) | Orange (Austria5 | UK) | Tele2 (Austria)6 | O2 (Ireland)7 | Etisalat (Sri Lanka)8
A.S. Watson Group (75%)9:
European operations: Belgium: Ici Paris XL | Kruidvat | Germany, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Albania: Rossmann (40%) | Latvia, Lithuania: Drogas | Netherlands: Ici Paris XL | Kruidvat | Trekpleister | PrijsMepper | Pour Vous | Turkey: Rossmann | Watsons | United Kingdom: Savers | Superdrug (Beautycard) | The Perfume Shop | Russia: Watsons | Ukraine: Watsons
Asian operations: Mainland China, Taiwan, Macau, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia: Watsons | Hong Kong: Watsons | ParknShop | Taste | Fusion | Great | Gourmet | SU-PA-DE-PA | Fortress | Watson's Wine
Other business: Hong Kong: Watsons Water | Mr. Juicy | Sunkist10
Infrastructure and Energy:
CK Infrastructure Holdings: United Kingdom: Northern Gas Networks | UK Power Networks | Seabank Power Station | Wales & West Utilities | Eversholt Rail | Hong Kong: Power Assets Holdings (Hongkong Electric Company) | Australia: Australian Gas Networks | SA Power Networks | New Zealand: Wellington Electricity
Other companies: Hutchison Ports | Husky Energy (40,2%) | Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals11
TOM Group | CK Life Sciences | Hutchgo.com | WatsonsMall.com | Marionnaud12
Asia: Star TV
1Joint venture with Vodafone. Formerly operated under the 3 brand.
2Acquired from VEON.
3Joint venture with Hanoi Telecom.
4Joint venture with Ooredoo.
5Acquired by Vodafone. Now part of Vodafone Idea Limited.
6Acquired from Orange S.A./Tele2 AB and merged into Hutchison Drei Austria.
7Acquired from Telefónica and merged into 3 Ireland.
8Acquired from Etisalat.
9Joint venture with Temasek Holdings.
11Joint venture with Jardine Pacific, Wharf Holdings and China National Aviation Holdings.
12Originally part of A.S. Watson Group until the group's IPO in 2014.