Will the dream of 5G internet be fulfilled by August, where is the real screw?

The government wants to give the gift of 5G to the countrymen on Independence Day this year. A lot of preparations are also being done for this. But 5G seems to be delayed due to differing views of telecom companies.

What will the government do with telecom companies’ shares now?

This year on Independence Day, the government will congratulate the countrymen. 5G wants to give the gift of A lot of preparations are also being done for this. But telecom companies (Telecom Companies) There seems to be a delay in ringing the 5G bell due to differing views. DoT wants telecom regulator TRAI to expand 5G spectrum by March end (5G Spectrum) Let’s submit your recommendations on the auction. So that after completing the auction process in May-June, this new service can be launched in August, but differing views of telecom companies on some issues may cause disturbance in 5G speed.

Let’s know why there is a dispute over 5G now

  1. Before formulating its recommendations on the auction of 5G spectrum, TRAI had sought their opinion from the telecom companies. On this, the three major telecom companies of the country Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea are not unanimous. Reliance Jio wants that 5G spectrum should be auctioned in all bands.
  2. Whereas Airtel and Vodafone Idea are seeking auction only in the 526-617 MHz band. They feel that its ecosystem is not yet in the country. These companies also differ on the integration of E-band spectrum with access airwaves.
  3. On the issue of millimeter wave band, Jio and Vodafone Idea are unanimous, while Airtel is with satellite players. There are many other similar issues regarding which telecom operators are at loggerheads with each other. Until the entangled wires between the companies are completely resolved, it is difficult to come in the range of 5G networks.
  4. Internet plays an important role in India’s GDP. Perhaps that is why the government wants to start 5G service in the country as soon as possible. According to the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) and the Broadband India Forum, the contribution of the Internet economy to India’s GDP grew by 16 per cent to $537 billion in 2020, and is projected to be worth $1 billion by 2030.
  5. According to the World Bank, a 10% increase in broadband coverage leads to an increase of 1.38 percent in GDP growth in developed countries like India. According to McKenzie & Company, a 10% increase in broadband home penetration increases a country’s GDP by 0.1 percent to 1.4 percent. Now you must have understood that the sooner 5G comes, it will also help the government to increase the size of GDP.

Gagan Rao Patil, Money9

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