Earlier this week, Akash Ambani, chairman of Reliance Jio Infocomm, said that they will celebrate “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav” with India’s 5G rollout.
“Jio is committed to offering world-class, affordable 5G and 5G-enabled services. We are committed to providing services, platforms and solutions that will accelerate India’s digital revolution, especially in critical sectors such as education, healthcare, agriculture, manufacturing and e-governance,” he said in the 5G spectrum auction. , including the expensive 700 MHz band, which he highlighted after emerging as a leader.
With ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared his vision to build a new Aatmanirbhar Bharat by 2022.
The initiative is to celebrate and commemorate the 75th anniversary of independence and the nation’s history, culture and achievements.
The official tour of ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ began on March 12, 2021, marking the 75-week countdown to our 75th independence anniversary, and will end on August 15, the day India’s 5G rollout is likely to be announced.
According to the company, “Jio is fully poised to deploy 5G in a short period of time due to its nationwide fiber, all-IP network with no legacy infrastructure, local 5G stack and strong global partnerships across the technology ecosystem.”
Jio says its 5G network will enable the next generation of digital solutions that will accelerate India’s transformation into a $5 trillion economy.
“The speed, scale and societal impact of Jio’s 4G rollout is unmatched anywhere in the world. Now with great ambition and strong determination, Jio will lead India’s journey into the 5G era,” Akash Ambani said.
According to the Nomura report, the 700 MHz band could give Reliance Jio an “advantage in terms of network quality, especially indoors, and this will raise investor concerns about further spectrum releases for Bharti if R-Jio can offer significant differentiation. Network quality with 5G in the 700 band (vs. Bharti).