Gandhinagar, Nov 25: All 33 district headquarters in Gujarat now have access to Jio True 5G, making it the first state to do so, according to Reliance Jio.
With this, Jio’s “True 5G” is now available in 10 Indian cities and regions (including Delhi-NCR).
Gujarat will serve as a test state for Jio’s subsequent nationwide rollout of several True 5G-powered initiatives in the fields of agriculture, education, healthcare, and Industry 4.0.
As part of the “Education-For-All” project, Reliance Foundation and Jio will first digitise 100 Gujarati schools.
“Gujarat is now the first state to have 100 per cent district headquarters connected with our robust True 5G network. We want to showcase the real power of this technology and how it can impact a billion lives,” said Akash Ambani, the chairman of Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited.
Jio previously said that “True 5G,” which offers limitless 5G bandwidth at up to 1Gbps speeds, is now available in Pune.
Jio customers in Pune are urged to take advantage of the Jio Welcome Offer beginning on November 23 to enjoy unlimited data at no additional cost.
Last week, Jio became the first operator to offer “True 5G” services throughout the entire Delhi-NCR region, including Delhi, Gurugram, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad, and other important cities.