5G spectrum auction to be completed by March

In her budget speech, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stated that the 5G spectrum auction will be completed this year. Simultaneously, Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav stated in early February that the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has informed him that the spectrum auction process will begin in March and will be completed soon. If the top official of the Telecom Regulatory Authority is to be believed, a 5G spectrum auction will take place in May. It is a matter of joy for those who are waiting for 5G in such a situation. If everything is completed on time, you will soon be able to use 5G.

When will the 5G service be available if the spectrum auction is completed in May?

According to the government’s mandate, any company that purchases spectrum must begin service within 6 to 12 months. Many telecommunications companies have finished their preparations and will be able to begin service within 3 to 6 months of purchasing spectrum.

According to experts, 5G internet speeds will be ten times faster than 4G. Let us know how your life will change once 5G is available.

The uploading and downloading will be completed quickly.

When it comes to video calling, you will have no issues.

The use of smart-connected devices will increase.

Online video streaming will be able to deliver high-quality video without difficulty.

Fast wireless internet will be able to reach all corners of the globe, resulting in excellent internet connectivity.

Those who work from home will not experience network issues.

Playing online gaming will not be a problem.

In virtual reality and factories, robots will be easier to use.

The cost of 5G service will be high.

To use the 5G network, you’ll need a phone that supports it. You will not be able to use 5G unless you have a mobile device that supports it. You’ll have to spend money to get a phone that supports 5G. Tariff plans for 5G can be costly as a result of this.

South Korea’s fastest 5G network

The 5G network is used in 1,336 countries around the world. South Korea, according to Speedtest Intelligence, has the world’s fastest 5G service in the third quarter of 2021. It has a download speed of 462.48 megabits per second. Norway is in second place, with a download speed of 426.75 Mbps. The United Arab Emirates, on the other hand, is ranked third with a speed of 409.96 Mbps.

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