Airtel 5G Plus launched in 8 cities, what is the specialty of next generation connectivity New Delhi 3 days ago
Airtel has given a big gift to customers waiting for 5G services. Airtel has launched its Airtel 5G Plus service in Delhi, Hyderabad, Siliguri ,Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, Nagpur and Varanasi. The service will soon be rolled out in all major cities of the country in a phased manner. You can check out the Airtel Thanks app to know if this service is available in your city. Here you can also find out whether your smartphone is 5G ready or not!
With the launch of
this service, users will now get the facility of network 20-30 times faster than before, as well as great sound experience and strong call connectivity. Along with this, downloading files and launching heavy applications will be very easy for customers.
Not only this, cloud streaming, high quality video, cloud gaming, etc. will also become better on 5G networks. And the biggest thing is that Airtel customers will not have to change the SIM to get 5G services. It will work on any 5G hand set and Airtel’s existing 4G SIM. In such a situation, consumers who have a 5G phone can take advantage of the high-speed Airtel 5G Plus on their existing data plan until it is rolled out on a more large scale.
Speaking at the launch of
Airtel 5G Plus, Gopal Vittal, Managing Director and CEO, Bharti Airtel said, “Airtel has been at the forefront of India’s telecom revolution for the last 27 years. This is another step in our journey today. We build the best network to deliver the best experience for our customers. For us, our customers are at the core of our every work. So our solution will work on any 5G handset and existing SIM that customers have. Airtel 5G Plus will redefine the way people communicate, live, work, connect and play in the coming years.
Airtel 5G Plus at the forefront of innovation In the last one year, Airtel has demonstrated the power of 5G with many powerful experiments.
Airtel has shown how 5G is going to change the way we live and do business. The company went live India’s first 5G network in Hyderabad.
Earlier this year, Airtel showcased the country’s first live interaction with legendary cricketer Kapil Dev, by a 5G-powered hologram on a test network given by the Department of Telecommunications. Airtel recreated Kapil Dev’s iconic 175 not-out innings against Zimbabwe in 1983 in 4k quality, with immersive video technology, which viewers experienced on 5G-enabled smartphones.