Gujarat has become the first state in India to get 5G services in all its district headquarters as Jio has rolled out its true 5G network in 33 districts.
Reliance Industries said Jio will launch a series of true 5G-powered initiatives in Gujarat in education, healthcare, agriculture, Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things (IoT) sectors and expand it across the country. Reliance Jio Infocomm is a subsidiary of Reliance Industries.
Jio is also launching a True 5G-powered initiative called the ‘Education-for-All’ Foundation. Under this initiative, Jio will digitize 100 schools in Gujarat. It will link schools with Jio True 5G connectivity, a teacher and student collaboration platform, and a school management platform.
Akash M Ambani, Chairman, Reliance Jio Infocomm said, “We are proud to share that Gujarat is now the first state with 100 per cent district headquarters connected to our robust true 5G network.”
Noting that 5G cannot remain an exclusive service available only to a privileged few or our biggest cities, he said that 5G must be available to every citizen, every home and every business in India.
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