Jio True 5G powered Wi-Fi goes live in Nathdwara; Chennai added to Jio Welcome Offer

Jio True 5G expands to Chennai while Jio True 5G powered Wi-Fi goes live in Nathdwara, Rajasthan.

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Reliance Jio is introducing Jio True 5G powered Wi-Fi services in high-footfall areas, including bus stands, railway stations, educational institutes, religious places, commercial hubs, and more. The telco has started Jio True 5G powered Wi-Fi services in Nathdwara, Rajasthan, along with Jio True 5G services. The service will be in addition to the Jio True 5G service and the Jio Welcome Offer.

The telco is working round the clock to make additional cities go live with Jio True 5G service and increase the availability of True 5G ready handsets. Jio’s existing customers can access the service without charge during the Jio Welcome Offer period. The telco also allows non-Jio users to try the service before switching to Jio.

“Service to humanity is one of the most endearing facets of Indian culture, the roots of which can be found in our socio-religious traditions. As stated earlier, 5G cannot remain an exclusive service to the privileged few or those in our largest cities. It must be available to every citizen, every home, and every business across India. This is a step in that direction to enable every Indian with JioTrue5G.Today, we have powered the first True5G-enabled Wi-Fi service at the holy town of Nathdwara and the temple of Lord Srinath Ji. With this, we will power many more such locations and allow them to trial our services. In addition, we welcome Chennai as our latest city to be added to Jio True5G Welcome Offer.”

Akash M Ambani, Chairman, RelianceJio Infocomm Limited

Jio True 5G will continue to expand across more cities, with Chennai becoming the latest city to be added to the Jio Welcome Offer. Jio’s existing invited users in Chennai can access unlimited 5G data with up to 1 Gbps speeds and experience Jio True 5G.

The telco earlier this month rolled out the Jio Welcome Offer in 4 cities – Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Varanasi from Dussehra wherein invited customers can trial the 5G services as part of Jio’s Welcome Offer and provide service and user-experience feedback.

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Mukesh Ambani’s plans to build home-grown 5G network solution is based on an open source telecom platform called Open RAN. This network platform, similar to how open source software became a game changer in the 1990s, attempts to build telecom radio and base stations using non-proprietary technology. It will help bring down costs drastically compared to buying proprietary gear from the likes of Nokia and Ericsson.

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