Bharti Airtel announcement on Monday, A total of 265 Indian cities now have access to high-speed 5G services.
Bharti Airtel announced last week that its total number of unique 5G users had crossed 10 million.
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Randeep Sekhon CTO of Bharti Airtel said
“5G has revolutionized the world of the internet, ushering in a new era of connectivity and communications that will prove to be a game-changer for the country. At Airtel, we remain committed to delivering the highest quality of network and service to our customers as we roll out 125 more cities today,”
“Airtel was the first in the country to offer 5G services in October 2022, and today’s mega launch is our promise to connect every Airtel customer in the country with ultra-fast Airtel 5G Plus. Our 5G rollout is on track to cover all towns and key rural areas by March 2024.”
When did 5G Service come to India?
Indian telecom service providers start offering high-speed 5G services in India from October 2022.
In August 2022, the government provided spectrum allocation letters to telecom service providers, instructing them to make arrangements for the rool-out of 5G services in India.
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From the 5G spectrum auction, the Department of Telecom has received total bids of Rs. 1.50 lakh crore.
What is 5G, and how is it different from the current 3G and 4G services?
The 5G (fifth generation of wireless networks) is designed to outperform the previous 3G and 4G networks in terms of data speeds, latency, and network capacity. With faster data rates, lower latency, and more reliable connections, 5G is an advance in wireless network technology.
In comparison to 3G and 4G, 5G is expected to provide faster speeds, lower latency, and greater network capacity, which will allow for the development of new technologies and applications including self driving vehicles, remote surgery, and augmented reality.
The launch of 5G is also expected to improve remote data monitoring in industries like mining, manufacturing, telemedicine, and storage etc.
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