The government has formed a task force on 5G services. The task force will submit its report to the government within 3 months on all kinds of disruptions on 5G services.
Task Force for 5G
The government has decided to form a task force to ensure that 5G services reach the country quickly. The task force will submit its report within 3 months to establish 5G networks, remove barriers to building a 5G ecosystem.
The government has formed a task force on 5G services. The task force will submit its report to the government within 3 months on all kinds of disruptions on 5G services. For which the task force will hold a meeting with all the stakeholders. Right now telecom companies are doing 5G trials. The government plans to auction spectrum in March.
Bharti Airtel 5G plan
Meanwhile, Bharti Airtel has plans to roll out 5G in many cities by the middle of 2022. By the year 2023, 5G service can be available across the country. During Monday’s company founder-chairman Sunil Mittal investor call, infrastructure for digital is necessary to accelerate the economy. At this time there is a good opportunity to increase the growth and 5G services will come in India by 2022-23. Broadband-connected opportunities will not be missed. There is sufficient funding for the business.
Jio 5G plan
Here Jio has also released 5G trial. The service of 5G can be started from the company soon. At the same time, according to a statement released last month, an announcement was made that Bharti Airtel and Intel will now work fast to develop 5G network in the country. have come together.
The announcement was made to collaborate for 5G network development by leveraging Airtel and Intel VRAN/O-RAN technologies. Airtel is India’s first telecom operator to demonstrate 5G on a live network and is testing 5G in major cities. Leading affordable smartphones and the lowest data tariffs globally, India has the world’s second-largest internet access. There is a population which according to IAMAI-Kantar Cube is more than 62 crore users.
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