In the upcoming months, 5G networks will be available in India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made significant announcements on India’s 6G services before to the major launch. According to PM Modi, the country is getting ready to roll out 6G services by the end of this decade. During the Smart India Hackathon 2022, the announcement was made. Ashiwini Vaishnaw, India’s telecom minister, declared earlier today that the country will roll out 5G services by October 12.
A brief about the PM Modi Announcement Regarding Launch of 6G in India:
Optical fibres are currently being installed in villages on a military footing. You are aware that India will soon provide 5G services. We are getting ready to roll out 6G services before the end of this decade,” the prime minister stated in a speech on Thursday.
“The government supports Indian gaming and entertainment solutions. All young people ought to benefit from the government’s investments, he continued.
In his Independence Day speech from the Red Fort’s ramparts, Prime Minister Modi announced that India would soon begin to offer 5G services.
We won’t have to wait long as we move closer to the era of 5G. Every village will receive optical fibre from us. The prime minister had said, “I am fully aware that the dream of Digital India would pass via villages.
Earlier, Vaishnaw declared that in the next two to three years, 5G services will be made available practically everywhere in India. “We intend to quickly put out 5G services. In that regard, installations are being completed and work is being done by the telecom operators. By October 12, hopefully, we’ll be introducing 5G services, which we’ll then expand up in cities and towns. We’ll make sure it stays affordable. Both urban and rural areas are being prioritised by the sector, he told PTI.
High-speed internet will soon be available in 13 Indian cities, including Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Jamnagar, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, and Pune. This was previously confirmed by the Department of Telecommunication.