On Dussehra, Reliance launches Jio True 5G in four cities for select customers

On the occasion of Dussehra, telecom giant Reliance Jio launched a beta trial of 5G services in four Indian cities on Wednesday. The Jio True 5G services will be available by invitation only to a select group of customers.

“Jio’s True-5G is built on the “We Care” principle and will bring transformational changes across Education, Healthcare, Agriculture, Skill Development, Small, Medium, and Large enterprises, IoT, Smart homes, and Gaming, impacting 1.4 billion Indians,” the company said in a statement yesterday.

By invitation, the Jio True 5G service is being launched in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Varanasi for existing Jio users. Customers who are invited will receive unlimited 5G data at speeds of up to 1 gigabyte per second.

The company stated that it will announce beta trial services for other cities as they prepare for 5G technology. The invited users will continue to use the beta trial services until the network coverage of a city is complete, in order to provide the best coverage and user experience to each customer.

Customers on the ‘Jio Welcome Offer’ will have their service automatically upgraded to Jio True 5G without having to change their existing Jio SIM or 5G handset.

Reliance Jio stated that it is working with all handset manufacturers to ensure that their 5G smartphones work seamlessly with Jio True 5G services, providing customers with the most comprehensive range of 5G devices.

“India is leading the Digital revolution. Jio 5G will be True 5G, and we believe India deserves nothing less than TRUE-5G. Jio 5G will be the world’s most advanced 5G network, built for every Indian, by Indians”, Reliance Jio chairperson Akash Ambani said in a statement.

During his speech at the India Mobile Congress, Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani stated that Jio’s 5G network will cover the most remote corners of India by December next year, and the services will be more affordable than anywhere else in the world.

“India may have started a little late, but we’ll finish first by rolling out 5G services that are of higher quality and more affordable,” quoted Ambani.

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