The Reliance Jio 5G beta trials begin in Delhi and other cities with an increase of over 1Gbps download speed

The Reliance Jio 5G beta trials begin in Delhi and other cities with an increase of over 1Gbps downl ...

On Thursday, Reliance Jio launched beta testing of 5G services in the nation''s capital along with three other cities, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Varanasi, with users getting a download speed of over 1Gbps.

Users of Chanakyapuri in New Delhi''s Lutyens'' Zone had an internet speed of up to 1Gbps. During the trial, the company said, "Now 5G services will be available only on an invitation basis."

Selon the company, gradually people will begin receiving 5G signals in the entire city in a phased manner.

Jio is branded as a stand-alone 5G technology called ''True 5G.''

A Delhi-based user said he is satisfied with the 5G speed being offered. "The internet speed on 5G is a welcome change compared to 4G and it should soon be made available," said Rajesh, a user in Delhi.

During the epidemic, a large number of users, both entrepreneurs and students, were added to the Internet base, and 5G services would assist such individuals and organizations.

According to an official statement from Reliance Jio on October 4, a Jio True 5G welcome offer is being launched in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Varanasi for Jio users, on demand.

These customers will receive Unlimited 5G data with up to 1Gbps+ speeds. Other cities will be announced soon as cities keep getting prepared.

This Beta trial will continue to be offered to users until the city''s network coverage is substantially complete, allowing them to provide the best possible coverage and user experience to their prospective customers.

Users of the invited ''Jio Welcome Offer'' will be automatically upgraded to the Jio True 5G service without having to alter their existing Jio SIM or 5G handset. Jio is also working with all handset brands to enable their 5G handsets to seamlessly integrate with Jio True 5G services, so that users can choose from the most comprehensive range of 5G devices.