You will have to pay this price to use 5G services in India

5G price in India: PM Modi during his Independence Day speech mentioned the launch of 5G in the country. Telecom companies have been working on the 5G deployment for a while, we can anticipate the service to be launched in the next months. In fact, according to certain rumours, Jio and Airtel will roll out their 5G services later this month, at least in the initial round. In addition, Vi is working hard to introduce its 5G service shortly. 

Now the question arises, how much will you have to pay to use 5G services in India?

Although the rates have not yet been confirmed by the telecom companies, Airtel CEO Gopal Vittal recently stated that the company's 5G services in India will be priced nearly on par with 4G plans. "We will know the final costs only after the spectrum auction. If you look at other markets, where operators are already proving 5G, we haven't seen them charging a premium for it over 4G," he said during an interaction a few months ago.

Jio and Vi are yet to reveal any more details about 5G prices in India. However, we do think that Jio and Vi's 5G plans would be competitive with Airtel's. In other words, contrary to earlier rumours that 5G plans would be significantly more expensive than 4G plans, we can realistically anticipate that 5G services will be offered at competitive prices, at least at first.

It is anticipated that carriers would gradually raise pricing in the upcoming months. Something that took place when Reliance Jio was the first to introduce 4G in India. Who will introduce 5G services first in the nation is still unclear. Between Reliance Jio and Airtel, the competition is fierce. Only time will tell which of these telecom companies will really launch 5G services first in the nation since both are working hard to do so.

The next question will be when WILL 5G launch in India?

That remains a puzzle. The situation is still unclear. However, according to certain sources, Airtel and Jio will roll out their initial 5G services by the year's end. The larger rollout of 5G services, according to some reports, is expected to begin in the first half of next year, with the official launch of the services taking place by the year's end.

PM Modi recently said during his Independence Day speech that 5G speed will be 10X faster than 4G speed. Now, it is also said that 5G will reduce latency to less than 1 millisecond from the current 50ms (approx).

A recent Ookla survey indicates that almost 89% of Indian smartphone users are prepared to upgrade to 5G. According to the survey, most individuals intend to upgrade to 5G as soon as the service becomes available in their area and would move telecoms if necessary.

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