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Jio 5G launch: Jio’s 5G service will start in these 4 cities from tomorrow, know how much speed, recharge plans you will get

Soon after the launch of 5G network services at the India Mobile Congress (IMC 2022), Reliance Jio (Jio) has announced to start beta testing of Jio ‘True’ 5G network in 4 cities from tomorrow i.e. Dussehra. Tomorrow i.e. from October 5, the trial of Jio’s 5G services will start in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Varanasi. The company will also launch Jio ‘Welcome Offer’ from tomorrow, so that users will be able to experience 5G speeds of up to 1Gbps in these cities. Jio has also announced that it will start 5G testing in other areas as soon as the preparations are completed.

Please note that this is a beta trial. Users participating in the trial will be able to use the 5G network on their existing SIM card. Although they will need a 5G smartphone. Jio It has told that it will send invites to the users to participate in the trial. This means that only those users who will get the invite will be able to experience the 5G network right now. Jio customers who join this test will get more than 1 Gbps speed and unlimited 5G data.

Gadgets360 Hindi already told you that liveUsers will not need to change the SIM to use the 5G service of Airtel, etc. These companies have confirmed that their 4G SIMs are 5G enabled. People will only need a 5G smartphone, with the help of which they will be able to experience 5G mobile internet services.

The special thing is that despite announcing the dates of beta testing, Jio has not yet given any information about 5G recharge plans. It is believed that the company will share its plans in the coming days. 5G plans may come out by Diwali and it is possible that by then Airtel recharge plans may also come. The initial competition in the country’s 5G mobile internet network will be between Jio and Airtel. Jio claims Jio will be the only operator to use 700MHz low-band spectrum to ensure wide coverage.

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