In India, 5G telephone services were introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the India Mobile Congress 2022 in Delhi’s Pragati Maidan.
The nation will so usher in an age of ultra-high-speed internet. It began on Saturday in a few places and will gradually expand to the rest of the nation over the following several years.
5G technology will make it feasible to have incredibly trustworthy communications, continuous coverage, high data rates, and low latency.
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Energy, spectrum, and network efficiency will all rise as a result.
India is expected to benefit economically from 5G to the tune of $450 billion by 2035.
The fifth generation or 5G service is anticipated to benefit society and create new economic opportunities. Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, and Vodafone Idea, three telecom giants, submitted bids in the 5G spectrum auction with the Adani Group.
#WATCH | "The revolution in the telecom sector is proof that if the intentions of government are correct, it takes no time for citizens' intentions to change. This is the difference between intentions behind 2G & 5G," says PM Modi taking a jibe at the UPA govt pic.twitter.com/OoLT26QNV8
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