5G Network Services: Telecom Companies To Start 5G Services In India On THIS Date
The countdown to commercial 5G service in India has started, on August 10, Jio, Airtel, VI and Adani groups are sure to get 5G spectrum allocation and on August 15, Jio and Airtel companies are expected to launch 5G services across the country. Yes, Jio and Airtel have decided that there is no better time to launch their 5G services in India, according to telecom industry sources. Jio and Airtel to start 5G service in India on August 15
It is known that the Department of Telecom is allocating 5G spectrum on August 10 with a view to start 5G service in the country on August 15. As Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has also confirmed that the 5G spectrum will be allocated on August 10, it is almost certain that the country’s independence day, August 15, will become a landmark for 5G service.Jio and Airtel to start 5G service in India on August 15
As Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has said, we have appealed to the industry to start the process of installing 5G equipment across the country. The auction ended yesterday and today our committee has already met to approve the spectrum allocation.
Maybe by August 10th we can allocate the spectrum and we should. It will be possible to fully roll out 5G in the country in October. Apart from this, the Indian telecom sector will be able to provide the most affordable 5G service in the world hope this trend will continue even after 5G. It is said that Jio and Airtel are preparing to formally launch 5G services in the country on August 15 and are taking steps to decide the prices.
Our network agreements have been finalized and Airtel will work with the best technology partners around the world to deliver the full benefits of 5G connectivity to our customers, Airtel said in a press release.
On the other hand, Jio is planning to launch its 5G service in India by celebrating ‘Azadi ka Amrita Mahotsava’. All in all, 5G service is confirmed to start in the country on Independence Day August 15th and telecom minister Ashwini Vaishnav says that the country will be able to fully roll out 5G by October. Amidst all this sweet news, some information about the prices of 5G service has also been leaked.
The country’s private telecom companies, which have got the right to use the technology spectrum for the next 20 years, have to pay the government money in annual installments at an interest rate of 7.2% per annum (Jio Rs 88,078 crore and Airtel Rs 43,000 crore). And 5G in the country Each telecom company may have to spend 30 to 40 thousand crores for the process of installing 5G equipment across the country.
This may make 5G service usage more expensive than 4G service in the country. However, telecom experts estimate that it will not exceed 25 percent. That is, it is being said that 25% of the money may have to be paid in addition to the prices currently being paid for the 4G service. While one GB of 4G data currently costs around Rs ten in the country, one GB of 5G data can be provided for around Rs 14 to 15