Reliance Jio to launch cheapest 5G service, Mukesh Ambani's company is expected to end the auction


Reliance Jio to launch cheapest 5G service, Mukesh Ambani's company is expected to end the auction

 There has been a lot of speculation for the past few years about when 5G services will be rolled out across the country. But the recently organized auction of 5G spectrum is now the most talked about issue in the country. The auction was successfully completed last Monday, leaving no doubt that the next generation network will soon be knocking on the doors of the vast masses of the country. Several startling facts have emerged from the recently concluded auction phase. But the most significant news is that Reliance Jio is all set to offer 5G services right now! Yes, you heard right! As a result, it is needless to say that the company is going to bring a new revolution in the telecom sector once again.

Jio bought spectrum for the most amount of money to provide 5G services across the country

It should be noted that about 6 years ago, Mukesh Ambani's company Reliance created a storm in the country by bringing Jio 4G (4G) network. Jio has now become the leading telecom company in the country due to its increasing user base. Jio has now spent the most during the recently held 5G spectrum auction, due to which the company is claiming that it is now fully prepared for an affordable 5G rollout across the country. It should be noted that Reliance Jio was ahead in the auction of 5G spectrum from the first day, and finally the company owned by Mukesh Ambani bid the highest amount.

Incidentally, the companies bid for 600 MHz, 700 MHz, 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2500 MHz, 3300 MHz and 26 GHz bands in the auction. However, it is reported that Jio has spent more money than others in buying the very expensive spectrum of 700 MHz. The airwaves purchase of the discussed band is expected to improve Jio's services – both 5G and 4G. Let us inform you in this context that the spectrum of 700 MHz band was not sold in the auctions of 2016 and 2021. But this time, Jio has bought a total of 40 spectrums in 22 circles.

The speed of 5G will be 10 times faster than 4G

According to Jio's statement, the said bandwidth will result in a signal reach of six to ten kilometers from a single tower. As a result, there will be no need to install multiple towers at a short distance, which will reduce the cost. And perhaps this is why Jio claims to offer next-generation network services at the lowest prices in the country. They also said that the speed of their 5G service will be 10 times faster than 4G, so users will be able to enjoy blazing fast net service. It is to be noted that in addition to 700 MHz, the company has also purchased spectrum of 800 MHz, 1800 MHz, 3300 MHz and 26 GHz bands.

There will be no need to buy 5G spectrum for 20 years, Airtel said

After Jio, the telecom company that was in the most aggressive mood during the auction was Airtel. The country's second-largest telecom company said it will not need to buy 5G spectrum for the next 20 years. However, the MD and CEO of the organization, Gopal Vittal, has made it clear in his statement that they are not behind in any part from JIO. According to him, Airtel was the first to adopt the latest 5G technology and the company is working hard to provide 5G services to every corner of the country. Vittal also said that he was very happy to get 5G spectrum at a lower price; He also promised to invest a lot of money in other cutting-edge technologies in the future.

Some more important information about the auction

Along with Jio, Airtel, Adani Group and Vodafone Idea also participated in the auction. Adani Group has bought spectrum in the 26 GHz band, which is considered suitable for private networks. The company has reportedly bought spectrum in Gujarat, Mumbai, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh. On the other hand, Airtel and Vodafone Idea have occupied spectrum in the 1800 MHz and 900 MHz bands. However, although the spectrum of 600 MHz band has been put up for auction, no company has shown interest in it.

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