On Tuesday, Reliance Jio announced its launch of True 5G services for four metropolitan cities Mumbai, Varanasi, Kolkata, and Delhi. Users will get to enjoy the ultra high-speed internet connection with up to 1 Gbps plus download rate. This launch was organized in light of Dussehra. Jio is competing against the world’s fastest networks to make its True 5G services the most advanced, globally. Further, India’s largest telecom giant is going to transform the digital society of the nation with its goal of developing the world’s fastest 5G networks.
Reliance Jio True 5G Services Launch Announced
“Post the successful demonstration of its True-5G services at the India Mobile Congress 2022, Jio is announcing the Beta trial of its True-5G services on the auspicious occasion of Dussehra, for Jio users in 4 cities – Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Varanasi. Dussehra symbolizes the triumph over hurdles caused by legacy technologies such as 2G, with knowledge and wisdom that Jio True 5G will genuinely enable”, reads the statement released by Jio.
This trial launch of Jio’s true 5G services in certain metropolitans will enable them to receive valuable feedback and positive response from the customers.
Reliance Jio has 425 million active users, and the company, with its True 5G services, wants to transform and uplift their way of digitally experiencing various services in India. This ultra-high-speed technology will surely boost the productivity of many who are full-time indulged in making a living out of the digital world.
“Our Prime Minister has given a clarion call for accelerated roll-out of 5G across India to realize the full potential of a Digital India. In response, Jio has prepared an ambitious and the fastest ever 5G roll-out plan for a country of our size”, said Akash M Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited.
“India is leading the Digital revolution. Jio 5G will be True 5G, and we believe India deserves nothing less than TRUE-5G. Jio 5G will be the world’s most advanced 5G network, built for every Indian, by Indians”, further added.
“5G cannot remain an exclusive service available to the privileged few or those in our largest cities. It must be available to every citizen, every home, and every business across India. Only then can we dramatically increase productivity, earnings, and living standards across our entire economy, thereby creating a prosperous and inclusive society in our country,” he said.