Reliance Jio’s 5G network launched in 34 cities, the company’s coverage increased to 225 cities

The country’s largest telecommunications company, Reliance Jio, announced on Tuesday the launch of 5G services in 34 cities in 13 states. With this, the scope of the company’s 5G services is increased to 225 cities. Last week, the company started its services in Shillong, Imphal, Agartala, Aizawl, Kohima and Dimapur in the northeast.

Reliance Jio said in a statement: “Company users in these cities will be treated to Jio’s welcome offer, which will get you unlimited data at speeds up to 1Gbps+ at no additional cost.” Reliance Jio has launched six cities in Andhra Pradesh (Ananthapuramu, Bhimavaram, Chirala, Nandyal, Tenali), three cities in Assam (Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Tezpur), Gaya in Bihar, Ambikapur and Dhamtari in Chhattisgarh, Thanesar in Haryana and Yamunanagar in Karnataka. Chitradurga, Jalgaon and Latur in Maharashtra, Balangir and NALCO in Odisha, Jalandhar and Phagwara in Punjab and Ajmer in Rajasthan.

Apart from this, the company’s 5G services will be available in Cuddalore, Dindigul, Kanchipuram, Karur, Kumbakonam, Nagercoil, Thanjavur and Tiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu, Adilabad, Mahbubnagar and Ramagundam in Telangana and Mathura in Uttar Pradesh. The company spokesperson said that within 120 days of beta testing these services, the services have been extended to many cities.

Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio, two big companies in the telecom sector, have set themselves the goal of converting 150 million mobile phone users to 5G by March next year. Both companies are increasing their 5G coverage. The rate for this high-speed service may also be increased. Executives and analysts associated with the telecommunications industry say that the next fiscal year will bring a big change for telecommunications companies. In addition to increasing the reach of their 5G service, these companies will also focus on improving their network. These companies can invest Rs 1.5 lakh crore in the next fiscal year. In the last three years, some companies have exited the indebted sector. Late last year, Telecom Secretary K Rajaraman said: “This year has been exciting because of 5G. This is a big step forward. We are looking forward to the rapid expansion of 5G next year.” He reported that the government will continue to take measures to reduce the operating cost of telecommunications operators.

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