Over 200 cities to get 5G by March 2023, BSNL to launch 5G on August 15 next year

BSNL to launch 5G on August 15 next year: Ashwini Vaishnaw, India’s minister of information technology, has said that 5G service would be accessible in more than 200 cities throughout the nation within the next six months. This was said by the federal minister after Prime Minister Narendra Modi ended his address at the India Mobile Congress in New Delhi. During the occasion, India’s prime minister formally introduced 5G, although neither Bharti Airtel, Vi, nor Reliance Jio have said when or how much it would cost subscribers. Both Airtel and Jio, the two largest carriers, have said that they would begin selling 5G services this month.

Over 200 cities to get 5G by March 2023, BSNL to launch 5G on August 15 next year

BSNL is owned by the Indian government (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited). On August 15, India’s national phone carrier, BSNL, declared at IMC 2022 that the country would soon have its own 5G service. Reliance Jio is a government-owned firm that claims to provide India’s cheapest 5G service. It’ll be fascinating to see how it charges for its services.

According to Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnav, BSNL would begin offering 5G service on August 15, 2023. Minister Ashwani made these critical remarks on Saturday at the sixth India Mobile Congress in Delhi’s Pragati Maidan (IMC-2022).

Jio has vowed to provide low-cost 5G connectivity across the nation. Jio said that its 5G service will be accessible in India’s four largest cities—Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai—around Diwali, the festival of lights. Airtel, on the other hand, has announced that it has begun testing its 5G service. According to corporate representatives, 5G service will be offered initially in eight locations in the United States. Vi and Vodafone-Idea have not announced a launch date for their 5G services.

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