Reliance Jio launches True 5G services across Delhi-NCR

Jio True 5G services are now available across the Delhi-NCR region, including Delhi, Gurugram, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad, and other major locations.

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Telecom service provider Reliance Jio has announced that it has launched its True5G services across the Delhi-NCR region, including Delhi, Gurugram, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad, and other major NCR locations. Earlier this month, the telco launched the 5G services in Bengaluru and Hyderabad.

“Covering majority of the National Capital and NCR region is a matter of pride for us. Jio is expanding its True-5G reach at a rapid pace and has already rolled out a large portion of the planned True-5G network in this area. It is the only operator to be present across Delhi-NCR region with True-5G services. The reason Jio engineers are working round the clock to deliver True5G to every Indian is because of the transformational power of this technology and the exponential benefits it can deliver to every citizen,” said a Jio spokesperson.

According to the company, the 5G services across the Delhi-NCR region cover all important localities and areas, including residential areas, hospitals, schools, Colleges, universities, government buildings, malls & markets, tech parks, tourist spots and hotels, metros, and more. Reliance Jio 5G network is based on standalone (SA) infrastructure with no dependency on the 4G network.

Reliance Jio is utilizing 700 MHz, 3500 MHz, and 26 GHz bands in the country to deliver its True 5G services in India. Customers in the Delhi-NCR region with the Jio Welcome Offer can enjoy unlimited 5G data at up to 1 Gbps speeds at no extra cost. The telco will continue to invite more users in the Delhi-NCR region to join the Jio Welcome Offer.

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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.

For home-grown 5G, RJio bets on free platform Open RAN

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