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Remote Niti Valley near India-China border gets 4G

The remote Niti Valley in Chamoli district along the India-China border got connected with 4G mobile services on Wednesday. Chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat virtually inaugurated the 4G mobile services in the valley, which is among the remotest and one of the most isolated parts of Uttarakhand.

The mobile service has been launched by Reliance Jio, which installed its mobile tower at Juma and Suki areas of Niti Valley, allowing locals for the first time to access high speed internet and mobile networks.

While congratulating the people of border villages of Chamoli, CM Rawat said that this 4G mobile service will benefit the
people of border areas of the state to a great extent, adding that this will enable villagers to take part in trade and online activities.

The mobile towers of Jio located in Niti Valley will provide mobile connectivity to the villages of Juma, Jellam, Kaja, Garpat, Laung, Tamak, Bakransu, Phagati, Tolma, Surai, Suki Mallagaon, and Lata.

The company said it will also install 10 mobile towers in the border areas of the district by December 15 and 25 more towers will be installed by March, 2021. ToI

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