PM Modi inaugurated the 6th India Mobile Congress at Pragati Maidan in Delhi, and launched officially launched 5G services on October 1. In the event, three major telecom operators demonstrated the potential of 5G services in India, in front of PM Modi. The operators also demonstrated that 5G services will help in precision drone farming, high-security routers, AI based cyber threat detection platforms, automated guided vehicles and more.
Union Communications, Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw, said that India will most likely roll out 5G services by October 12. He also said that, after 5G’s roll out, it is expected to reach every part of the country within two to three years. He also said that it is significant to make 5G services affordable. The 5G roll out has been in works for years.
Bharti Airtel CEO Gopal Mittal said Airtel 5G services would be available in India by August end. Exact costs of 5G plans are yet to be released. Airtel said it will begin implementing 5G network in collaboration with techgiants like Samsung, Nokia, and Ericsson. 5G services will roll out in 13 cities in first phase, including Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh,… read-more
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Union Minister for Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnaw said that 5G services will commence in India anytime between September and October. He then informed that four rounds of 5G auction has been concluded. He further stated that the revenue generated from the auctions so far is Rs 1,45,000 crore. Also, the auction procedures will reportedly… read-more
The 5G network will be available by late 2022. Jio has stated that they have planned out the 5G coverage for 1000 top cities in the country. According to a leaked screenshot shared by 91Mobiles, Jio 5G which is at the testing stage, hit a download speed of 420 Mbps and an upload speed of 414 Mbps. With that speed, a two hour-long video can be downloaded in minutes.
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Mukesh Ambani, MD of the Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), on December 8, said, "Roll out of 5g in India should be a national priority." Aiming at a digital revolution in India, Ambani emphasized on the need of 5g, executed by telecom army, Jio. It is expected that by 2027, 39% mobile subscriptions will have 5g technology.
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The sale for JioPhone Next began on November 4 in India, costing Rs 6,499. The phone comes with a 5.5-inch HD+ display, 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage, a 13-megapixel rear and 8-megapixel front camera. It supports Qualcomm Snapdragon QM-215 Soc, runs on Android 11 Go, and is fueled by a 3500 mAh battery. One can also buy it on EMIs by paying Rs 1,999.
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JIoBook, a laptop, product of Reliance Jio partnered with China’s Bluebank Communication Technology and is rumored to be released in the market this festive season. According to reports the device will be supported by a Qualcomm processor along with 4 GB RAM and is priced under INR 30,000. As per listing on the certification website it may come in three different variants to offer customers a varied choice.
Chairman of Reliance Industries Ltd Mukesh Ambani announced on June 24 that Jio is bracing for the launch of new JioPhone Next. Reportedly, it will be the most affordable 4G smartphone in the world and partners with Google for the development process. Besides, It will have language translation features, a great camera, and support for the latest Android updates. The phone will go on sale from Sept 10, 2021.
Telecommunication company Reliance Jio on May 17 announced that it will be building the largest submarine cable network to cater to the growing data consumption demand. The company has partnered up with a submarine cable supplier, SubCom, to construct two subsea cables with India at the center. The two cable systems, named the India-Asia-Xpress and the India-Europe-Xpress, will connect India to Singapore and Europe respectively to enhance… read-more
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