The main reason behind the loss of Jio
The biggest reason behind the loss of Reliance Jio is its call drop problem and free offers. Because earlier Jio had given many attractive offers to the consumer, due to which there was a sudden record increase in its users, but later it started falling heavily on the pockets of its users. With this, users started leaving Reliance Jio. At the same time, call drop is also one of the important problems of Jio. Talking about the network, people trust Airtel more than Jio.
How serious are Jio and Airtel about 5G?
At the Indian Mobile Congress 2020, Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani said that Jio is planning to launch 5G in the second half of 2021. While addressing India Mobile Congress itself, Bharti Airtel chief Sunil Mittal said that it will take two-three years for the next generation of 5G technology to come in the mobile Internet world.
- Mukesh Ambani said that there is a need to take steps to maintain the digital lead in the country, introduce 5G and make it cheaper and available everywhere. Jio will lead the 5G revolution in India in the second half of 2021. It will be an indigenously-developed network, powered by hardware and technology components.
- Reliance Jio, in association with US technology firm Qualcomm, has successfully tested its 5G technology in the US.
- A few days ago Airtel has tested live 5G service on a commercial network in Hyderabad.
How to prepare 5G spectrum?
The government has hoped to start 5G services in India in 2022, but the standing committee of Parliament has raised questions on the government’s preparedness. According to the report of the permanent committee, the availability of 5G spectrum in India is very low, its price is very high, the government has not even started its trial yet. No arrangements have also been made by the government regarding the security of the network. According to the committee, it will not be easy for companies to start services.