Jio Launches 5G Services In 50 Cities Across India

Jio has announced the largest-ever 5G roll-out in India, with the launch of its 5G services in 50 more cities across 17 states. This move by Jio will make it the first company in India to launch 5G services.

The list of the 50 cities where Jio 5G services will be launched includes major metropolitans like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Bengaluru, as well as smaller cities like Jaipur, Guwahati, and Jodhpur. The company has also announced that it will be offering 5G services on its existing 4G network, without the need for any additional spectrum.

Here is the list of cities:

  1. Chittoor  Andhra Pradesh
  2. Kadapa  Andhra Pradesh
  3. Narasaraopet  Andhra Pradesh
  4. Ongole  Andhra Pradesh
  5. Rajamahendravaram  Andhra Pradesh
  6. Srikakulam  Andhra Pradesh
  7. Vizianagaram  Andhra Pradesh
  8. Nagaon  Assam
  9. Bilaspur  Chhattisgarh
  10. Korba  Chhattisgarh
  11. Rajnandgaon  Chhattisgarh
  12. Panaji  Goa
  13. Ambala  Haryana
  14. Bahadurgarh  Haryana
  15. Hisar  Haryana
  16. Karnal  Haryana
  17. Panipat  Haryana
  18. Rohtak  Haryana
  19. Sirsa  Haryana
  20. Sonipat  Haryana
  21. Dhanbad  Jharkhand
  22. Bagalkote  Karnataka
  23. Chikkamagaluru  Karnataka
  24. Hassan  Karnataka
  25. Mandya  Karnataka
  26. Tumakuru  Karnataka
  27. Alappuzha  Kerala
  28. Kolhapur  Maharashtra
  29. Nanded-Waghala  Maharashtra
  30. Sangli  Maharashtra
  31. Balasore  Odisha
  32. Baripada  Odisha
  33. Bhadrak  Odisha
  34. Jharsuguda  Odisha
  35. Puri  Odisha
  36. Sambalpur  Odisha
  37. Puducherry  Puducherry
  38. Amritsar  Punjab
  39. Bikaner  Rajasthan
  40. Kota  Rajasthan
  41. Dharmapuri  Tamil Nadu
  42. Erode  Tamil Nadu
  43. Thoothukudi  Tamil Nadu
  44. Nalgonda  Telangana
  45. Jhansi  Uttar Pradesh
  46. Aligarh  Uttar Pradesh
  47. Moradabad  Uttar Pradesh
  48. Saharanpur  Uttar Pradesh
  49. Asansol  West Bengal
  50. Durgapur  West Bengal

Jio’s 5G services will be available to customers via its existing JioFiber broadband service, and the company has announced that it will be offering free upgrades to customers who have already subscribed to its broadband service.

The launch of Jio’s 5G services is expected to revolutionize the Indian telecom sector and bring about a significant improvement in internet connectivity and speed across the country. The company has also announced that it will be working closely with the Indian government to develop and promote 5G use cases in various sectors, including agriculture, healthcare, and education.

This move by Jio is seen as a major step towards digitalization in India, and it’s expected to bring about a significant boost in the country’s economy. The company has also announced that it will be working closely with the Indian government to develop and promote 5G use cases in various sectors, including agriculture, healthcare, and education.

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