Indonesia is increasingly wired, although connection speeds vary widely depending on where you are in the archipelago. Wi-fi (pronounced 'wee-fee' in Indonesia) is commonly available for free in hotels, hostels and guesthouses now, although it doesn't always work in rural areas. Many cafes and restaurants in tourist areas offer free wi-fi. Data through your smartphone is often the fastest way to connect to the internet; 4G service is spreading in Indonesia, although download speeds remain slow compared to other countries.
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Visa and Mastercard are most widely accepted in Indonesia, but credit and debit cards are mainly only used in bigger cities and tourist hotspots like Jakarta and Bali.