Following the successful beta launch of 5G in six locations, Reliance Jio has expanded its high-speed data services to Bengaluru and Hyderabad. Reliance, led by Mukesh Ambani, and Jio have announced the launch of Jio True-5G services in Hyderabad and Bengaluru, two of India’s southern cities. This brings the company’s 5G services to eight cities nationwide. To provide the optimum user experience, India’s largest telecom network stated it would bring out upgraded True-5G services in phases.
On October 5, Jio announced the launch of beta trials for its Jio True-5G services in four cities: Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Varanasi. Before Diwali, the business launched its beta in Chennai and Nathdwara. “Jio is expanding the reach of Jio True-5G to new cities, including Bengaluru and Hyderabad.” JioTrue5G in these two tech-centric towns would help realize the potential of some of the latest technologies that will serve humanity and improve Indians’ quality of life,” Reliance said. Jio stated in a press release.
Jio has returned with a Welcome offer for 5G, similar to the debut of its 4G services. As part of the Jio Welcome Offer, selected consumers are invited to use Jio’s 5G services with unlimited data at no additional cost. Users get access to data at speeds of up to 1 Gbps.
How to Sign Up for Jio’s True 5G Services
Download the MyJio app on your 5G-enabled smartphone to receive an invite. To sign up for Jio’s 5G services, open the app and tap on the invite. Users are not required to pay any further fees for services as part of the “Jio Welcome Offer.”
Users would also need to update their 5G handsets to the most recent firmware in order to access Jio’s 5G network services. Many key smartphone manufacturers have already released updates to support Jio True 5G services. However, Samsung, Google, LG, and Asus have yet to release the necessary software updates.
Meanwhile, reports suggest that 5G services are only available in a few locations, including Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Varanasi, and Nathdwara. Despite the fact that the telecom giant has managed to deploy 5G services in eight major locations, the services are still not available on a variety of compatible smartphones. As a result, we can anticipate some significant upgrades from the organisation in the future to improve their client service.