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Airtel crosses 10 mn unique 5G customer mark

Airtel recently crossed the 10 million unique customer mark on its 5G network nationally. The telco said it is well poised to cover every town and key rural areas with Airtel 5G services by end of March 2024.

Bharti Airtel was the first company to launch 5G services in the country. Airtel 5G Plus is now available in 140 cities across across the length and breadth of the country.

This week, Bharti Airtel announced the launch of its cutting edge 5G services in 13 cities of J&K. These include Katra, Anantnag, Baramulla & Rajouri. Airtel 5G services are already live in the cities of Jammu, Srinagar, Samba, Kathua, Udhampur, Akhnoor, Kupwara, Lakhanpur & Khour.

The telco also announced that it has crossed the 1 million unique 5G user mark on its network in Mumbai. Airtel was the first to roll-out 5G in the country and Mumbai was one amongst the first 8 cities to get ultrafast Airtel 5G Plus.

Airtel 5G Plus has three compelling advantages for customers. First, it runs on a technology that has the widest acceptance in the world with the most developed ecosystem. This ensures that all 5G smartphones in India seamlessly work on the Airtel network. Second, the company promises to deliver the best experience – between 20 to 30 times higher speeds than today coupled with brilliant voice experience and super-fast call connect. Finally, Airtel 5G Plus network will also be kinder to the environment with its special power reduction solution.

In the last one year, Airtel has demonstrated the power of 5G with a host of powerful use cases that will change the way customers lead their lives and do business. From India’s first live 5G network in Hyderabad to India’s first private 5G network at the BOSCH facility in Bengaluru to partnering with Mahindra & Mahindra to make its Chakan manufacturing facility, India’s first 5G enabled auto manufacturing unit, Airtel has been at the forefront of 5G innovation.

CT Bureau

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