PM Narendra Modi Launches 5G Services


Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled 5G services under his leadership as Prime Minister, calling it a step towards the new era. Joining him were telecom leaders such as Mukesh Ambani of Reliance Jio and Sunil Mittal of Airtel at this inaugural event.

The next-generation network provides speeds several times faster than 4G with seamless connectivity, according to the Ministry of Communications. It may open up numerous economic opportunities.

1. High-speed internet promises ultra high internet speeds – 10x faster than 4G – with seamless connectivity that will allow billions of connected devices to share data instantly in real-time, revolutionizing industries from education and healthcare to agriculture and disaster monitoring.

PM Modi attended India Mobile Congress 2022 to learn about various use cases of 5G technology and discover its various use cases. He spent some time at Reliance Jio’s stall where ‘True 5G’ devices were displayed as well as experienced its benefits through Jio Glass.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also addressed the crowd and shared his delight that India has transitioned away from foreign technology for 2G, 3G and 4G services to become one of the leaders in end-to-end 5G development and manufacturing globally. This move should help reduce costs while expanding access to affordable internet.

2. Low-latency

5G technology supports ultra-high speed internet with low latency service, promising new economic and societal opportunities and benefits. Furthermore, 5G can enable billions of connected devices to share data instantly – creating new economic prospects as well as social advantages.

At Pragati Maidan in New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi officially unveiled 5G services at India Mobile Congress 6. He made several visits to several stalls of the event to get an in-depth experience of what this innovative technology can accomplish.

One use case involved using this technology to show live footage from Dwarka Sector 25’s under-construction tunnel as part of an extension to Airport Express Line from current terminal station to future IICC station.

PM Narendra Modi was presented with various uses cases of 5G technology by Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea at an exhibition. Each company showcased their particular usage case.

3. Low-cost

The next-generation wireless service promises new economic and societal benefits, acting as a transformative force in India. It promises speeds several times faster than 4G connectivity and can revolutionise a wide array of sectors from healthcare and education to agriculture and disaster monitoring.

At the launch of 5G services in India, Prime Minister Modi said 130 crore Indians will receive a “gift”. He called this new era an era with Indian technology taking centre stage compared to foreign technologies used for 2G, 3G, and 4G services in previous decades. With 5G he claimed India has made history and will go down as one of its milestones for future technology developments.

Jio has announced plans to roll out 5G service this Diwali, with Airtel and Vodafone Idea set to follow suit. All three telcos have pledged affordable data tariffs while working to make devices as cost-efficient as possible, according to Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw; this form an essential aspect of Aatmnirbhar initiative, she stated.

4. Easy connectivity

Prime Minister Narendra Modi 5G services are expected to bring new economic and societal advantages, serving as a transformative force in India. It offers higher data rates, lower latency times and wide coverage, making the fifth generation mobile technology an extremely powerful game-changer.

Smart devices with low power consumption that provide data connectivity over long distances will allow rural students to learn from experts while the government can remotely monitor issues like crop yields, cattle herding and river cleaning.

At the launch, telecom executives such as Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani and Bharti Airtel CEO Sunil Mittal took part. Also present on stage were Vodafone Idea CEO Ravinder Takkar and Aditya Birla Group chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla – these three presented use cases of 5G technology for PM Modi’s review. In addition, all three telcos acquired over 51 gigahertz spectrum so as to bring 5G service more quickly throughout India.