5G services to be launched soon in country, govt constitutes task force

New Delhi: The government has decided to set up a task force to ensure that 5G service is launched in the country soon. The Task Force will submit its report within 3 months to remove the obstacles in installing 5G networks, creating 5G ecosystems. For which the task force will hold meetings with all stakeholders. Telecom companies are currently conducting 5G trials. The government plans to auction spectrum in March.

Meanwhile, Bharti Airtel plans to roll out 5G in several cities by mid-2022. By 2023, 5G services may be launched across the country. Monday's company founder-chairman Sunil Mittal said during an investor call that infrastructure is essential for digital in accelerating the economy. There is a good opportunity to boost growth at the moment and 5G services will be available in India by 2022-23. Don't miss broadband-related opportunities. There is enough funding for the business.

On the other hand, Jio has also released 5G trials. The company may soon launch a 5G service. According to a statement released last month, an announcement was made that Bharti Airtel (Bharti Airtel) and Intel (Intel) have come together to develop 5G networks (5G Network) in the country.

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