Here’s a list of the first cities to get 5G: see if your town is on it

Here's a list of the first cities to get 5G: see if your town is on it

In India, 5G services are launching sooner than expected. Two major telecom operators, Reliance Jio and Airtel, may launch 5G services in India by the end of the month, according to reports.

According to a recent report, the Indian government will officially launch 5G at the India Mobile Congress (IMC) on September 29. According to PM Narendra Modi, 5G will launch in India earlier than expected. According to him, 5G will be 10 times faster than 4G.

According to reports, 5G services will be rolled out in phases, with only select cities experiencing fast-speed internet in the first phase. In the first phase, 5G services will be available in just 13 cities. Included in the list are:

-Ahmedabad

-Bengaluru

-Chandigarh

-Chennai

-Delhi

-Gandhinagar

-Gurugram

-Hyderabad

-Jamnagar

-Kolkata

-Lucknow

-Mumbai

-Pune

Will everyone in these cities have access to 5G services when the first rollout occurs? The likelihood of that happening is low. These cities may have 5G access provided by telcos in certain areas, which are not yet known. There is still a long way to go before 5G reaches everyone in these cities.

Following the issuance of spectrum allocation letters last week, telecom minister Ashwini Vaishnaw urged service providers to prepare for 5G. According to the telecom minister, a spectrum assignment letter was issued, requesting TSPs to prepare for the launch of 5G. Bharti Airtel, Reliance Jio, Adani Data Networks and Vodafone Idea were the successful bidders in the recent 5G spectrum auction.

Later this month, Reliance Jio is expected to launch its 5G services. Around the end of the month, Airtel is expected to launch its 5G services at IMC. There will be a lot of competition between Airtel and Jio to launch 5G services first in India, and it will be interesting to see who succeeds. In 2016, Jio launched 4G services in India ahead of all other telecom operators.