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PM Modi arrived at Pragati Maidan to take stock of the exhibition, sat in India and drove in Sweden

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PM Modi will launch 5G across the country today.
Before participating in the IMC event, PM Modi inspected an exhibition at Pragati Maidan.
During this, he sat in India and drove in Sweden.

New Delhi. India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2022 has started. PM Modi will offer 5G service in this program. Significantly, 5G is not just limited to having fast internet access on your phone but can also prove to be very useful in areas like disaster management and agriculture. Also, with the help of 5G technology, uninterrupted coverage, high data rates and extremely reliable communication will be available.

Apart from this, machines can be controlled remotely with this technology. Before the rollout of 5G service, PM Modi inspected an exhibition at Pragati Maidan, where he sat in India and drove in Sweden.

New Digital Universe Theme
Let us inform that IMC 2022 has been introduced from October 1 to 4 with the theme of ‘New Digital Universe’. With the help of 5G technology, uninterrupted coverage, high data rates and extremely reliable communication will be available. This will boost energy efficiency, spectrum efficiency and network efficiency.

Service will start in these cities
According to the report, the first phase of 5G rollout in India will take place in 13 major cities – Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Jamnagar, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai and Pune. After this it will be rolled out in other cities of the country.

It will take time to reach common people
It is noteworthy that Delhi Metro has provided the equipment for 5G demonstration. Exports believe that the commercial 5G service is going to start tomorrow, although it may take more than a year to reach the common people.

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