We can now officially state that the Delhi Airport Terminal 3, the country’s international airport, will be the country’s first 5G-ready airport when 5G launches in India in a few weeks. In addition, Delhi Airport confirmed that the nationwide 5G service rollout will begin on October 1 as anticipated over the previous few weeks.
Starting on October 1st, 2022, the India Mobile Congress is also scheduled. It has been reported that PM Modi would use the occasion to make the nation’s 5G services available. The airport authorities have stated that anyone with a 5G-enabled phone can access the speedier network services throughout parts of Terminal 3 to start the process, but haven’t specified which telecom operator’s 5G network will be available at the terminal.
After the 5G spectrum auctions and telco allocations, the Indian government has been working hard to bring 5G services to the country as soon as possible.
Ashwini Vaishnaw, the minister of information technology, said last month that the government expects 5G services to be available in the country by October 12 and that the Center will make sure that the prices are fair for customers.
According to Vaishnaw, telecom operations are engaged in the smooth launch of 5G services while installations are being completed. The minister promised that the government would make sure that 5G plans remained within the reach of the general public.
13 cities are probably going to get 5G internet service during the first phase of the service’s progressive rollout. Companies like Airtel have already stated that their 4G customers do not require a new SIM card in order to enjoy the new 5G services. But everyone should make sure that their phone can work with the different 5G network bands in India from the different providers.