Delhi – NCR First of all, Airtel’s 5G service has started in Gurugram.
The company provided this information today. The company says that the 5G service will start step by step. Then the customer will gradually be able to use Airtel 5G Plus services. However, until the rollout is complete, customers with 5G-capable devices can use the high-speed Airtel 5G Plus network without additional payments. That is, customers will now receive this service completely free of charge. Airtel CEO Nidhi Lauria said at the launch that Airtel customers can now access a super-fast network with speeds up to 20-30 times faster than current 4G. We are rolling out a 5G network across the city, which will give users incredibly fast access to activities like gaming, multi-chatting, instant photo uploading, and HD video streaming.
Service started at these places in Gurugram
Currently, Airtel 5G Plus services are available in select locations including DLF Cyber Hub, DLF Phase 2, MG Road, Rajiv Chowk, IFFCO Chowk, Atlas Chowk, Udyog Vihar, Nirvana Country, Gurgaon Railway Station, Civil Lines, and Rd. City, Huda City Center, Gurugram National Highway, and some other places. Airtel is rapidly expanding its network to offer its services across the city. Airtel’s entire suite of services will benefit from Airtel 5G Plus. Moreover, it will provide ultra-fast access to HD video streaming, games, multi-chat, fast loading of images, etc. As a result of this launch, Airtel 5G Plus will revolutionize mobility, logistics, manufacturing, healthcare, education, and other sectors in India.
Launching the first 5G network in Hyderabad
Over the past year, Airtel has demonstrated the huge potential of 5G by showcasing a variety of amazing applications that will transform our personal and professional lives. Airtel has been at the forefront of 5G innovation, from launching India’s first live 5G network in Hyderabad to India’s first 5G-enabled hologram, producing India’s first video of an important World Cup match played without TV coverage. An ambulance, building the first private 5G network with Bosch to increase manufacturing productivity.