Reliance Jio 5G services now available in Hyderabad and Bengaluru, taking total cities to eight
Reliance Jiohas announced the rollout of 5G services in Hyderabadand Bengaluru.
- The company has been beta-testing the
JioTrue-5G services in six cities across India.
- The company is currently offering unlimited 5G to selected customers.
AdvertisementMukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio has announced the rollout of Jio True-5G services in India’s southern cities, Hyderabad and Bengaluru. With this, the company’s 5G services are now available in eight cities across the country.
Jio announced the beta trials of its Jio True-5G services in four cities – Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Varanasi- on October 5. Before Diwali, the company rolled out its beta to Chennai and Nathdwara.
“Jio is extending Jio True-5G’s reach across more cities, namely Bengaluru & Hyderabad. JioTrue5G, in these two tech-centric cities will help realize the true potential of some of the latest technologies that will serve humanity and improve the quality of life of Indians,” Reliance Jio said in its press release.
Like the launch of its 4G services, Jio is back with a Welcome offer for 5G. As part of the
“Jio users are experiencing speeds anywhere between 500 Mbps to 1 Gbps on their smartphones and are using very high quantities of data,” the company added.
Jio 5G Welcome Offer
The Jio Welcome Offer is being made available to selected customers through the MyJio app. This offer is available only to users with an active base plan worth ₹239 or more.
As part of the offer, users can use unlimited 5G data without worrying about running out of data. Only 4G usage will be counted towards the user’s daily data entitlement.
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