Reliance Jio 5G: Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (Jio) has launched WiFi services running on the JioTrue5G network. This service will be provided in places like educational institutions, religious places, railway stations, bus stands, commercial hubs, where there is a large gathering of people. JioTrue5G powered WiFi was launched from the holy city of Nathdwara in Rajasthan.
Jio users will get this new Wi-Fi service for free during the Jio Welcome Offer period. Those using other networks will also be able to make limited use of Jio 5G powered Wi-Fi. But if they want to use the full service of Jio 5G powered WiFi, then they have to become a customer of Jio. Interestingly, to connect to Jio True 5G WiFi, it is not necessary that the customer has a 5G handset. He can also connect to this service from 4G handset.
Along with JioTrue5G powered service, Jio's True 5G service has also started in Nathdwara and Chennai. Recently 5G service was also launched in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Varanasi. Jio teams are working round the clock to enable Jio 5G service to start in other cities soon and to increase the availability of True 5G handsets.
Giving Diwali greetings to the countrymen, Akash Ambani said that by the grace of Lord Shrinath ji, today 5G powered WiFi service is being launched in Nathdwara with the service of Jio True 5G. We believe that 5G is for everyone, so it is our endeavor that Jio's True 5G service should be operational in every corner of the country like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Varanasi. With the blessings of Shrinath ji, Nathdwara and Chennai have also become Jio True 5G cities from today.
Nathdwara is the first city in Rajasthan where any operator has started 5G services. However, the company has not yet announced the commercial launch. At the same time, Chennai city of South India has also come on the company's 5G service map.