Even a decade ago, when a customer sought a new connection, the price was a factor, and while going for a new connectivity, voice quality and clarity were the main priority for most of us. And now, the efficiency of the mobile device gets intertwined with network connectivity in such a way, that we demand more reliable, prompt, and faster downloads on our mobile handsets. After 2G, 3G, and 4G, now in India, it is the time to welcome the 5G network connectivity, which is almost 100 times faster than the 4G network. Unsurprisingly, early adaptors of technology and innovation in India are gearing for 5G postpaid plans.
What is 5G?
If you are not yet aware what G stands for. then here is the clarity – it stands for generation. Hence, 5G is the fifth generation of speeds people across the world can now access on their mobiles. Each generation is not only faster but offers more reliability. While the 4G Internet connection provides 1Gbps downloading speed, 5G offers up to 10Gbps speed!
When Will 5G Postpaid Plans be Launched in India?
The Government, along with the researchers and Telecom companies are hoping to bring about 5G Internet connections in India in 2018. When it comes to understanding the reason behind Indian Government’s early adoption of 5G, it is clear that the Government is trying to bridge the gap regarding Telecom sector. And it is clear as crystal in the words of Telecom Secretary J S Deepak, ”We got 2G 25 years after the rest of the world, at least after the developed world. We got 3G more than a decade after it became ubiquitous in US, Europe. 4G may be, five years after its global launch. In 5G, we have the chance of keeping pace with the rest of the world.”
Advantages of the 5G Network
With the good intention of the Indian Government to keep India on par with other Western cultures, the myriad advantages of 5G are yet to be fully understood. As stated above, it will bring in faster speeds of 10Gbps – imagine the speeds at which you can download heavy files for submissions as students or even in office. Upload and download will work quickly, subscribers will save time and effort thereby increasing efficiency in getting work done. Besides, providing an exceptional boost in data speed, this next generation wireless technology comes with a low latency, beneficial for both the distributors and users. The 5G network appears in a more efficient and effective color, gathering all the networks on one single platform.
To Sum It Up
Subscribers will be wondering if companies will continue to offer postpaid plans with unlimited local and STD calling with their 5G network. But, with the telecom war still in full-swing, it can only be hoped that subscribers will continue ye to be pampered with benefits and facilities. It is safe to say that 5G is the next leap the telecom sector worldwide is going to take; it is the latest and next-generation of mobile network that comes with a higher Internet speed.