Indonesia's geographical condition allowed satellite operators to develop their business. The current development of satellite trends leads to High Throughput Satellite (HTS), which could be classified as a mature technology, proven by HTS launched by many operators. PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia, as the biggest state-owned telecommunication company in Indonesia, should launch HTS to fulfill its ambition to be the top 3 full satellite service providers in Asia. Besides, Telkom-2 Satellite, which was launched in 2005, needs to be replaced by the new one to deliver the best services. This paper aimed to analyze the feasibility study of HTS implementation in PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia using a techno-economic method, which calculates the technical and economic value in HTS implementation. The technical aspects discussed in this paper are link budget and layout beam based on the traffic requirements of each beam that may differ per area. The economic aspects discussed are Payback Period (PBP), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), and Net Present Value (NPV).