5G Trial to begin in India in next 100 Days; Know more about it!

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5G Trial to begin in India in next 100 Days; Know more about it!

2G, 3G and 4G are all set to become the past networks as India is going to begin its trial for 5G network 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. Talking to the media yesterday, Ravishankar Prasad told that we will soon be launching the 5G trial in India.

It will be our endeavor that the 5G service will be rolled out for the public after the trial. The Union Minister also told that We want to channelize and leverage the solutions provided by India’s startups in implementation of 5G Technology.

5G spectrum auction will be completed this year

In this calendar year, the DoT wants to complete the auction of 5G spectrum and other bands. In August last year, the Department of Telecommunications had reviewed the spectrum auction of 3,300-3,600MHz of 20MHz block. For this, price has been kept at about Rs 492 crore per MHz for the auction. Recently, 5G services have been introduced commercially in South Korea. The value of a MHz auction for Korean telecom companies was kept at around 131 million rupees.

Connectivity with 5G will become better

The 5G service will be the main tool for machine-to-machine communication for the coming time. Through this, trains, robots and drones will be able to connect faster than the smartphone.

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5 million wi-fi hot spots will be installed

Government of India is preparing to place more than 5 lakh public wi-fi hot spots on the priority basis in the coming time. With the help of this project, digital connectivity will be improved and internet traffic used on mobile networks will be reduced.

Relief from Call-drops and Network congestions

With the wi-fi hot spots, users will be able to get cheaper and faster Wi-Fi networks. At the same time, mobile users will also be able to get rid of call-drop and network congestion. Users will only need to log in to a hot-spot operator, after which they will be able to connect to other networks like roaming.

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