5G Service in India: Airtel has started its 5G service in a hill town of India. Now people of another new city will be able to use 5G service. Actually, Airtel has started its 5G service in Shimla today (19 December 2022). Airtel’s 5G service in the hill city of Shimla is currently launched in Mall Road, Sanjoli, Dhali, Bhatta Kufar, Ridge and Sanjoli helipad areas and a few other select locations. With the release of its service in Shimla, Airtel said that it is preparing to launch its services in the entire city in the coming times.
airtel 5g plus in shimla
Pushpinder Singh Gujral, CEO, Upper North said that Airtel customers will now be able to experience ultrafast network and enjoy speeds that are 20-30 times faster than the existing 4G speeds. We look forward to lighting up the entire city, allowing customers to enjoy superfast access to high-definition video streaming, gaming, multiple chatting, instant photo uploading and much more.”
Experience massive speeds, best voice calling & more, now operational at #MallRoadSanjoli, Dhalli, Bhattakufar, Ridge, Sanjoli Helipad Area & other select locations.
Bharti Airtel (@airtelnews) December 19, 2022
Airtel launched its 5G service in Patna last month. Now Airtel has launched 5G services in a total of 14 cities – Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Siliguri, Nagpur, Varanasi, Panipat, Gurugram, Guwahati, Patna, Shimla and Lucknow. Airtel has said that users will not need to change the SIM to use the 5G service as the existing Airtel 4G SIM is sufficient for 5G.
Jio’s 5G service is available in these cities
Jio has so far launched its service in Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Varanasi, Nathdwara in Rajasthan, Pune, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Gujarat and Kolkata. Jio has said that you do not need to buy a separate SIM to use 5G. Your existing 4G sim will support 5G as well. For this, you just need to have a 5G supported smartphone and an active plan of Rs 239 or more.
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