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5G Launch in India, Users to Get on New Speed Traffic Speed-October 1

Introduction to Reliance Jio Infocomm’s Internet Technology and Communication Subsidiary of Reliance Communications Limited (Reliance Jio) – Reliance’s newest telecom brand, Reliance Jio, has started testing wireless 4G services across the country after launching a trial service using its first commercial LTE enabled phone in September 2017.

The company aims to become a national standard provider for all communication technology solutions, including broadband services, mobile phones, digital and video communications as well as e-learning and other enterprise software. This platform will be used from May 1, 2018 onwards by end users who connect their mobile phone to any base station through a public network. As part of this initiative, Reliance Jio started promoting wireless ‘5G’ technology to increase connectivity.

The launch of 5G in India is scheduled for October 4th, 2018, which means that we can expect to hear about it later on. A major reason behind our anticipation for launching 5G in India is to ensure user experience (UX) and safety to make sure that only high speed internet are accessible and high quality content is available in places that don’t have reliable cellular networks such as rural areas where people still rely on traditional connections such as fixed line.

Users will enjoy increased speeds in different regions like West Bengal, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh as well as Delhi and Rajasthan.

As per an industry source, Reliance Jio claims to provide customers with 10 to 20 Mbps download speeds. These speeds are targeted for users in the top 500 cities and towns across India. Along with the aforementioned speeds, there will also be 30Mbps upload speeds in most locations.

One of the key points that came into light was that Reliance Jio intends to start offering full support for 4G LTE and build out up to 500 MHz spectrum within next months. While details regarding how many 4G devices will receive support for it are yet to come, Reliance J IO plans to invest around Rs. 1.1 billion in building more new towers in order to reach more consumers.

What happens in urban centres?

And where do you get access to these speeds in residential areas?

We asked ourselves this too and came up with six ways to bring faster internet speeds to smaller areas like apartments, or even under the ground! Some of them include :

Dedicated Access Points- Reliance JIO’s dedicated AP will help users get connected using just one cable which allows them to get regular internet connections from multiple cellphones in different parts of the house. The best part is that dedicated APs are not included in basic rates. This setup works when both parties need 4G LTE speeds simultaneously.

Reliance JIO’s dedicated AP will help users get connected using just one cable which allows them to get regular internet connections from multiple cellphones in different parts of the house. The best part is that dedicated APs are not included in basic rates. This setup works when both parties need 4G LTE speeds simultaneously. Dedicated Mobile Phones

This set of devices can be connected or shared. Users could use these smartphones to talk to each other, stream their favorite movies or play online games without losing connection once again. It is important to note here that Reliance JIO expects these devices to be made by renowned OEMs for Indian market. For now, Reliance JIO offers two models: Z3 and Z5.

This set of devices can be connected or shared. Users could use these smartphones to talk to each other, stream their favorite movies or play online games without losing connection once again. It is important to note here that Reliance JIO expects these devices to be made by renowned OEMs for Indian market. For now, Reliance JIO offers two models: Z3 and Z5.

Multiple Gigs- Connecting your own data plan with another one is always good but it is much better if you can share your entire data plan with a friend or get multiple gigs connected at once. With Reliance JIO, that is very possible indeed. Apart from Reliance JIO, Reliance Jio now provides users with unlimited gigabits per second and 200GB storage space.

They are also going as far as allowing 2Ghz bandwidth usage in 3G services.

So how fast will those services go and what will they cost?

The answer lies in the pricing structure Reliance JIO had earlier announced. The current prices for 50 GB of data per month start from Rs. 100/- while 1000 GB would cost Rs. 12000/- at present. The price goes up for 150 GB daily, 100 GB weekly, etc. The same is applicable for 15 GB daily, 300 GB monthly, etc. Users will see no change in the initial price for Gigabytes and terabytes of data until Reliance JIO’s tariff goes up.

Having multiple gigabytes and terabytes of data at the moment might seem a little bit expensive on paper but for large companies such as Netflix or Amazon, having several GBs of data will increase customer satisfaction and revenue. Hence, Reliance JIO wants to make it easier to share and manage these enormous amounts of data at present.

Having multiple gigabytes and terabytes of data at the moment might seem a little bit expensive on paper but for large companies such as Netflix or Amazon, having several GBs of data will increase customer satisfaction and revenue. Hence, Reliance JIO wants to make it easier to share and manage these enormous amounts of data at present. MTC (Multi Terabit)- Not being able to move data at such a rate, Reliance JIO wants to offer MTC to its subscribers. Though the number of MTC users is small, MTC is pretty easy to understand and the costs will remain low.

Conclusion & Thoughts

At the moment, Reliance JIO seems quite promising. Their primary aim is to bring affordable 4G LTE speeds to more homes in the area. However, the company also has a clear vision for the future and will continue focusing on innovation, especially with the coming Reliance Xstream in the near future. Reliance JIO has the potential to disrupt the market in a big way. Its competitors such as Ooredoo and Tata Sky are also likely to follow suit on the similar lines and be among the leaders in providing 5G internet in India.


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