Mukesh Ambani said that now the broadband speed will be faster than before. The company claims that people will be given 5G broadband service at a low cost. Ambani has said that other companies will launch 5G using the old solution, while Jio will use the standalone 5G service.
New Delhi: Reliance Jio will start high-speed 5G telecom services in many major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai by Diwali this year. At the same time, by December 2023, the company has set a target to launch a 5G service in every city, tehsil and taluka across the country. This announcement was made by Mukesh Ambani at the Annual General Meeting of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL).
Addressing the shareholders through video conferencing, Mukesh Ambani said that now the broadband speed will be faster than before. The company claims that people will be given 5G broadband service at a low cost. Along with this, a connected solution will also be given. Ambani has said that other companies will launch 5G using the old solution, while Jio will use the standalone 5G service. He further said that based on SA technology, it will be the world's most advanced 5G technology.
The company will spend Rs 2 lakh crore for this 5G network. At the same time, Akash Ambani told that after the start of Jio's 5G service, the style from gaming to streaming videos will change completely. Like Wi-Max, Jio will be Air Fiber. With Jio Air fibre, you will be able to watch IPL matches in an interactive way. You will be able to watch multiple camera angles live simultaneously. Users will be able to choose the camera angle by themselves. The company has said that it will be more fun than a real match.
Jio Cloud PC announced
The company has said that users can use Jio's Cloud PC. This will actually be a cloud space, from which common to commercial users will be able to buy space. People can increase their business by buying space from Jio Cloud PC in the same way as the services of AWS and Azure are taken.
Reliance Jio Infocomm has bagged spectrum in 700MHz, 800MHz, 1800MHz, 3300MHz and 26GHz bands in the recently concluded 5G auction by the Department of Telecommunications. Jio, launched six years ago, had set many world records during the rollout of the largest 4G network in the shortest time.