Jio 5G launched in 41 more cities check out whether your city name is on the list or not

Jio launched its 5G service in another 41 cities across 16 states and union territories on Tuesday. The total no. of cities where Jio has finally made its 5G service available is 406 now. Below is the table, you can find out whether your city has got it or not this time.

Jio spokesperson said “We are thrilled to witness the rapid uptake of Jio True 5G by millions of users across the nation and we believe that the transformative power of our network will uplift their lives through multiple digital touchpoints. Jio is expanding its True 5G reach at a rapid pace and has already rolled out a large portion of the planned True 5G network in this country. Covering the majority of the nation is a matter of immense pride for us, “.

The expansion of the 5G service at such a massive scale lies parallel to Jio’s aim to cover every town/city in India by December 2023. Now the users in these 41 cities will be invited to try the Jio Welcome offer that will enable users to experience 1 Gbps+ speed at no additional cost. Abhishek Yadav, a Twitter account user has shared the news and list of cities where the 5G service has been launched.


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