Jio says 34 new cities connected to Jio 5G network service reached in 365 cities

Reliance Jio on Wednesday said that it has launched its True 5G network in 34 more cities across 10 states and union territories. In total, 365 cities are now connected on Reliance Jio’s 5G network. Jio is the first telecom operator to offer 5G services in most of the newly connected cities. Jio has said that Jio users from these cities will be invited under the ‘Jio Welcome Offer’ and Jio users will get 1Gbps+ speed and unlimited data at no extra cost.

Live According to True 5G The list of newly added cities includes Amalapuram, Dharmavaram, Kavali, Tanuku, Tuni, Vinukonda in Andhra Pradesh, Bhiwani, Jind, Kaithal, Rewari in Haryana, Dharamshala, Kangra in Himachal Pradesh, Baramulla, Kathua, Katra in Jammu and Kashmir, Sopore, Karnataka’s Haveri, Karwar, Ranibennur, Kerala’s Attingal, Meghalaya’s Tura, Odisha’s Bhawanipatna, Jatani, Khordha, Sundergarh, Tamil Nadu’s Ambur, Chidambaram, Namakkal, Pudukkottai, Ramanathapuram, Sivakasi, Tiruchengode, Viluppuram and Telangana’s Suryapet Is.

On this launch, Jio spokesperson said that Jio True 5G will be available in 34 new cities. roll out We are proud to do. Jio engineers are working round the clock to bring true 5G to every Indian. By the end of December 2023, Jio will launch its true 5G services in every city, every taluka of India.

Jio says that Jio users and businesses in cities that are connected to 5G will get the benefit of high-speed, low-latency, stand-alone true 5G services. This will open new opportunities for development in the areas of tourism, manufacturing, SMEs, e-governance, education, healthcare, agriculture, automation, artificial intelligence, gaming and IT. Significantly, Jio and Airtel are two major telecom companies of the country, which are rapidly expanding their 5G network in the country.