By the end of August, Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel may introduce their 5G services

As of August 31, Bharti Airtel has stated that they would be releasing their new 5G services in 22 Indian circles. As part of the announcement, Ericsson, Nokia, and Samsung confirmed that they had already inked deals for networking and cellular gear that would allow them to begin deploying 5G services.

In the Akah Ambani-led Reliance After the 5G mega auction, Jio Infocomm published a statement claiming that Jio’s 4G deployment is unmatched elsewhere in the world in terms of speed, size, and social effect. “Jio is now poised to lead India’s march towards the 5G era with a larger vision and stronger drive. Since its inception, Reliance Jio has pledged to provide customers with high-quality, low-cost access to the next generation of mobile technology — known as 5G.

The 700MHz, 800MHz, 1800MHz, 3300MHZ, and 26GHz frequencies were all purchased by Reliance Jio. Over Rs 88,078 crore was invested in these bands by Reliance Jio. More than 24.740 GHz worth of airwaves were purchased by Reliance Jio.

“Jio will be the sole operator to provide pan-India True 5G services with higher speeds, reduced latency and huge connectivity,” Jio claimed in the announcement. Low-band, mid-band, and mmWave spectrums have been purchased by Jio.

All consumers and businesses will have access to 5G services thanks to our spectrum, deep fibre network, and indigenous technological platforms.” The firm added.

Airwaves worth 19.867 GHz were acquired by Bharti Airtel, which paid Rs 43,084 crore for the purchase of airwaves in the 900, 1800, 2100, 3300, and 26GHz bands.

“Please join us in welcoming Airtel to the 5G bandwagon in August. In order to bring the full advantages of 5G connection to our customers, Airtel has concluded our network agreements and will engage with the top technology partners from across the globe “Airtel’s MD and CEO, Gopal Vittal, made the statement.

Initial 5G services would be available in numerous Indian cities when the telecom companies are allotted their spectrums, which is scheduled to happen around August 15.

Reliance Jio’s 5G services are expected to be available in a limited number of circles beginning on August 15, although the telecom company has yet to make an official announcement about the date of their debut.

Bharti Airtel, too, has been mum on the topic of when its 5G services would go live, other than to announce that they will be available in 22 circles by the end of August. Airtel’s basic 5G tariffs are expected to start at about Rs 500 per month for prepaid consumers, according to rumours.