The fifth generation wireless telecom technology will usher in an unprecedented era of mobile connectivity with ultra high speed. Joining Prime Minister Modi at this event were industry titans such as Reliance Industries Limited CMD Mukesh Ambani and Bharti Airtel Ltd Chairman Sunil Mittal as well as Vodafone Idea Ltd CEO Kumar Mangalam Birla.
PM launches 5G services in India at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi as part of India Mobile Congress 6th Edition. He inspects various telecom operators stalls and technology providers.
The rajkotupdates.news:pm-modi-india-plans-to-launch-5g-services-soon seeks to offer seamless coverage, high data rates, low latency communications systems and highly reliable systems – features which will greatly benefit sectors such as online education, mining, warehousing and telemedicine.
Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea will initially introduce 5G services in 13 cities before expanding coverage in subsequent phases. Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw stated that 5G tariffs will be comparable to 4G prepaid plans.
Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries Ltd, applauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his vision of an advanced India by 2047 and noted that due to his efforts, India will become a global powerhouse in today’s rapidly developing world. Mukesh also noted how PM Modi’s leadership had raised India’s prestige, profile and power globally like never before.
PM Modi said 5G technology would spark new energy into India. Calling it the technology of the future and its use essential in driving economic development forward, PM Modi applauded all stakeholders involved, especially telecom companies and their staff members. Kumar Mangalam Birla of Aditya Birla Group extended congratulations for helping make India an industry leader in telecom.
He commended Airtel for offering affordable 5G services across India. Additionally, the Prime Minister visited Pragati Maidan for the sixth phase of India Mobile Congress in New Delhi to inspect stalls of telecom companies at Pragati Maidan.
At an Airtel demo, Prime Minister Modi witnessed a student from Dankaur, Uttar Pradesh experience an exciting and interactive education of the solar system with Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality technology. She then shared her experience via hologram. He noted how his government was using four pillars – price of devices, digital connectivity costs, cost of data usage plans and digital-first approach – to transform telecom services.
PM Narendra Modi initiated 5G telecom services that will provide seamless coverage, fast data rates, less delays to internet connectivity and highly reliable communications system in New Delhi. Joining him were telecom leaders Mukesh Ambani of Reliance Jio; Sunil Bharti Mittal of Bharti Airtel; and Kumar Mangalam Birla from Vodafone Idea in attendance.
The Prime Minister highlighted how his government had employed four pillars for telecom and 5G policies: device costs, digital connectivity costs, data costs and digital-first thinking. He mentioned how these initiatives have begun to show their multiplier effect throughout the country.
Airtel’s demo will feature a student from Dankaur, Uttar Pradesh who will have an immersive education experience on the solar system through virtual and augmented reality technology. Furthermore, 5G network can help monitor worker safety in New Delhi via its digital twin of an underground tunnel being constructed near New Delhi by providing them a digital twin on display screen.
5G not only promises to improve mobile data speeds, but it can also bolster security. This next-gen network supports various use cases including precision drone-based agriculture; high security routers with artificial intelligence cyber threat detection platforms; smart ambulances; and crime reduction by enabling police forces to communicate between themselves and track suspects using AR and VR.
Prime Minister Modi highlighted his government’s successes in empowering India through telecom technology, particularly 4G which received incentives and policy support to bring down data charges to Rs10-150 per GB and spur a digital revolution across India. 5G promises similar advances; thus he thanked India’s three major telcos – Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea for collaborating in bringing 5G services to India as this launch would bolster India’s global standing and economic strength.