This research is aimed to understand the perception of rural people toward Branchless Banking and to explore the factors that encourage them to adopt Branchless Banking technology in Indonesian context. Innovation diffusion theory was used in this research. Variables consisted of relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, trialability, and observability used to explore the perception of rural people toward Branchless Banking. Questionnaires were distributed to people in Kuncen village, Salatiga Indonesia. We found that relative advantage and complexity are factors that drive Kuncen village people to adopt Branchless Banking. Thus, compatibility, trialability, and observability are the inhibitors for Branchless Banking adoption.