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How 5G will change lives: No buffering, 2GB movie download in 10 seconds, video gaming boost and ultra-fast surfing

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the much-awaited 5G services in India at Indian Mobile Congress (IMC 2022) held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi on Saturday. 5G technology promises to provide seamless coverage, high data rates, low latency and reliable communication to the internet users in the country.

The arrival of 5G will bring increase in energy, spectrum and network efficiency. Two largest telecom service providers in the country – Airtel and Reliance Jio have announced that they will launch 5G services this year, however, there is no clarity on the tariff yet and when users will be able to access the services.

Here is all that you need to know about the 5G services in India:

What is 5G?

The next-generation mobile network capability can facilitate the transmission of large sets of data at high speeds. 5G has low latency (the ability to process a certain amount of data with minimum latency) as compared to 3G and 4G, and will enhance the user experience in various areas.

5G has the potential to be 10 times faster than 4G. The 5G rollout is expected to drive further developments in remote data monitoring in sectors such as mining, warehousing, telemedicine and manufacturing.

What to expect

# If reports are to be believed, through 5G technology, the speed of mobile internet will be 10 times higher than 4G.

# Users can expect a ‘zero buffering’ experience while streaming videos or reels online.

# A 2GB movie could be downloaded in just 10 seconds.

# The ultra fast speed surfing will give a significant boost to the online gaming.

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