5G Services in India: After the spectrum auction, it is time to start 5G services. Its wait is also going to end soon. 5G services are starting in India from 1 October. PM Modi will launch it in the Indian Mobile Congress. IMC is starting from 1st October and will run till 4th October.
5G services will start in India in the next month i.e. October. Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has already given this information. Now its date has also been fixed. Indian Mobile Congress is starting from 1st October and 5G service will be started on this day.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch it on 1st October. Indian Mobile Congress has also made a tweet in this regard. However, the tweet is now deleted.
When 5g Services will Start in India
The Indian Mobile Congress is jointly organized by the Department of Telecommunications and COAI. After the 5G auction, Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnav had informed that 5G services will start in the country by October 12th. Both giant telecom companies Jio and Airtel have completed preparations for the 5G rollout. Both can start their service in October.
Jio and Airtel prepared for 5G Services
In the 5G auction Jio is the highest bidder. Airtel is also playing big bets on 5G services. Apart from these two telecom companies, Vi has also bought spectrum, but the company has not disclosed the date of the service rollout. The company had clearly said that it will start 5G services according to the demand of the consumers.
Which cities will get 5G services?
Whereas Jio and Airtel’s 5G service will start in October. That is, before Diwali, you will get their plans and other information. However, initially companies will start 5G service in big cities only.
Services will be started in Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Mumbai first, which will later be extended to other cities as well. Jio has said in their 5G rollout plan that they will launch 5G services across the country in the next two years. At the same time, consumers may have to spend more money for 5G plan than for 4G. However, telecom companies have not yet shared any concrete information about the 5G recharge plan.
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