5G trial to begin in India, few days left

Jun 05 2019 12:34 PM
5G trial to begin in India, few days left

Now 2G, 3G, and 4G are going to prove the matter of the past, because, in India, the trial of 5G is going to start within the next 100 days. The information came from the Department of Telecommunications (DoT). Talking to the media after assuming office yesterday, newly elected telecommunications minister Ravi Shankar Prasad gave information about this. Speaking to the media yesterday, Ravi Shankar Prasad said that in India we are soon going to start a 5G trial. Go ahead and read the full information.

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Department of Telecommunications (DoT) intends to complete the auction of 5G spectrum and other bands in this calendar year. The Department of Telecommunications had in August last year recommended the auction of 3300-3, 600MHz spectrum with a 20MHz block. For this, the price for the per MHz auction has been kept at around Rs 492 crore. Recently, 5G service has been commercially launched in South Korea. The price of a MHz auction for Korean telecom companies was kept at around Rs 131 crore. 

The main source of machine-to-machine communication is going to be in the time to come for 5G service. In addition to smartphones, trains, robots, and drones will be connected faster. The Government of India is gearing up to set up more than 5 lakh public Wi-Fi hot spots on a priority basis in the coming period. This project will help make digital connectivity even better. And reduce Internet traffic used on mobile networks.

Users will find cheaper and faster Wi-Fi networks to meet Wi-Fi hot spots. Mobile users will also be able to get rid of call-drops and network congestion. Users will only have to log in to a hot-spot operator after they can connect to another network like roaming. Many people put up Wi-Fi routers for fast-fiery Internet service.

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