New Delhi / Islamabad. The Imran Khan government is working on a plan to leave India behind in terms of starting the 5G service. Pakistan’s Information Technology Minister Syed Aminul Haq has announced on Tuesday that Pakistan will start 5G network service in the country by December 2022. The minister made this statement after a meeting with high-level officials of the Huawei Company. Haq said that he is working to provide mobile and internet facility in every part of the country. He said that we have set a target of December 2022 to start 5G service in the country.
Huawei official Charles Yang said that Huawei’s entire focus is on promoting the promotion and use of the 5G service in Pakistan. The fastest 5G video call trial has been successfully completed in Pakistan during November 2020.
5G service can be available in India by early 2022
A committee report tabled in Parliament on Monday said that the government was hopeful that 5G services in India could be available by early 2022. The Telecom Ministry has successfully completed the Rs 3.92 lakh crore spectrum auction on 1 March. However the spectrum required for 5G service was not included in this auction. The Standing Committee on Information Technology has pulled up the Telecom Ministry for the delay in 5G service.
Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad recently said that we have lagged behind in introducing 2G, 3G and 4G services, but in terms of 5G, India will be ahead of other countries in the world and work on it fast here. Its going on. Its testing will be completed by the end of 2021 and commercial use will begin by 2022.
Last year, Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani said that Jayo would launch 5G services in the second half of 2021 in the country. He said that I want to assure everyone that Jio will be the leader in bringing 5G revolution in India. 5G services will be started in the second half of 2021. Airtel has also announced that it has become the first such telecom company in the country to successfully test the live 5G service on the commercial network in Hyderabad City. The company has said that consumers will be able to get 5G service only when sufficient spectrum is available and approval from the government.
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