After the launch of 5G, the government plans to become a global leader in the 6G race

After introducing high-speed 5G services in the country, the central government has planned to become a global leader in 6G. Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched 5G services on Saturday. With this, high-speed internet can be used on mobile phones in the country. Modi had said that the people of the country are getting a wonderful gift from the telecom industry in the form of 5G.

Modi had told that the country was dependent on other countries for 2G, 3G and 4G technologies but with 5G India has achieved a great achievement. “With 5G, India is setting a global standard in telecom technology for the first time,” he said. Along with this, Modi had said about 5G technology that it is not limited to high-speed internet access only, but it has the potential to make a big difference in people’s lives. Communications Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw on Sunday Told That Prime Minister Modi wants to make the country a leader in Sixth-Generation Wireless Technology (6G). He said that Indian experts are leading important study groups for the upcoming development of 5G and 6G under the International Telecommunication Union.

A survey conducted by Ericsson has shown that after the launch of this high-speed network, the average revenue per user (ARPU) of telecom companies can increase rapidly. About 36 percent of the users surveyed said that they would choose the best service provider for this network. About 60 percent of users who have 5G-supported smartphones said that they have Network Innovative applications are also expected to come with it. This survey was done by Ericsson ConsumerLab in the second quarter of this year. In this, about 300 million smartphone users have been included in the cities of the country.

The number of users intending to upgrade to 5G in cities is more than twice that of countries such as the US and UK where the network has already been launched. The central government has set a target of taking this network to the entire country within two years. Reliance Jio has set a target of taking this network to every city and town of the country by the end of next year. <!–


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