India's largest metros will have 5G services next year, according to the Department of Telecommunications (DoT). How far has India and the rest of the world progressed on this?
By 2027, India is anticipated to have the second-highest monthly mobile data consumption in the world, with an average of 50GB per month, up from the current monthly average of 12GB.Taking a look at India's 5G landscape:
Connectivity has gone a long way from only 2G mobile connections on devices and LAN networks to high-speed wireless and 5G networks. Here’s what lies ahead:
Every advancement comes with excitement and speculation. So does 5G, with rumours suggesting it will lead to everything from cancer to the rapid spread of diseases. To know what the experts say – read more:
The news of the fifth-generation cellular network technology operations in India has been in the limelight for quite a while. While many teleoperators promise to roll out this much-awaited techno-boom, the nation looks forward to a promising future for the upcoming generations.