Reliance Jio launches True 5G services in Pune

Starting November 23, 2022, Jio customers in Pune will be invited to the Jio Welcome offer to experience unlimited 5G mobile data at up to 1 Gbps speeds at no additional cost.

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Telecom service provider Reliance Jio has announced the launch of its True 5G services in Pune. Last week, the company launched its 5G services across the Delhi-NCR region, including Delhi, Gurugram, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad, and other major locations.

According to the telco, it commences Beta testing its True 5G network in a city only when a large part of the city is covered by its standalone (SA) True 5G network so that its customers get better network coverage and experience.

“Post the launch of Jio True 5G in 12 cities, large number of Jio users have enrolled into the Jio Welcome Offer thereby helping Jio with customer and service feedback to create what will be the most advanced 5G network anywhere in the world,” said a Jio Spokesperson.

“As expected, the data usage on Jio’s True 5G network is many-a-times higher than the current data consumed on Jio’s 4G network. What stands out is that this data experience is being delivered at break-neck speeds ranging anywhere between 500 Mbps to 1 Gbps and at extremely low latency that enables use-cases across various verticals that only a True 5G network can bring to life,” he added.

The company believes that Jio True 5G will be a “true game changer” for Pune users since it has a large student population and is considered as a leading IT hub, as well as important automobile and manufacturing hubs in the country.

Starting November 23, 2022, Jio customers in Pune with 5G devices will be invited to the Jio Welcome offer to experience unlimited 5G mobile data at up to 1 Gbps speeds at no additional cost.

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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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