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5G Launch Today: PM Modi will launch 5G today, know how to take advantage first

New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch 5G service in the country today. It will start from the capital of the country, Delhi. PM Modi will launch 5G in the country from the Mobile India Congress held at Pragati Maidan in Delhi. According to the Prime Minister’s Office, 5G service will be launched on October 1 at 10 am. After this, India will join the select countries with 5G service. 5G will start in India from Delhi. But this year from Diwali, 5G service will start in 13 cities of the country. Big telecom companies like Airtel and Jio will be the first companies to offer 5G service.

These cities will get the gift of 5G the most

  • Delhi
  • Mumbai
  • Ahmedabad
  • Bangalore
  • Chandigarh
  • Chennai
  • Gandhinagar
  • Gurugram
  • Hyderabad
  • Kolkata
  • jamnagar
  • Lucknow
  • Pune

How to enjoy 5G service first

If you want to enjoy 5G service service, then you have to first get a 5G smartphone. Also, it has to be ensured that maximum 5G bands have been given in the 5G smartphone you want to buy. In fact, telecom companies will first provide connectivity to mid-band smartphones in India. The company of Jio and Airtel is going to launch 5G service in India first. In such a situation, you should have a SIM of either of these two companies. Also, you must be a resident of 13 cities including Delhi, Mumbai.

Will get high speed internet connectivity

  • High speed internet service will be offered in this 5th generation internet service. Both Jio and Airtel are claiming that 5G service will get 10 times faster speed than 4G.
  • The central government says that in the next two years i.e. by 2024, 5G service will start all over India. The government will start preparing for the 6G launch soon after the 5G launch. For this, work has already been started by the government.



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