Of course, we had. The Mid-term National Development Plan (2020-2024) exhibits that one of the goals to achieve a digital nation is to secure information technology infrastructure. It can be inferred that the distribution of internet supplies throughout my country ought to reach an equal allocation by 2024. Although its performance was influenced by an unprecedented pandemic that led to mobility restrictions, what we had done so far seems shocking because distribution was mostly centralized on a populous island called Java. To illustrate, more than fifty percent of all BTS (based transceiver stations) are located in Java while other regions that have remote rural landscapes accounted for only 4-7%. That is what I mean by the huge disparity in techquity issue.