Jio launches 5G service in 27 cities of India and now it’s available in 304 cities

Jio is expanding its 5G service reach at a phenomenal rate across all the cities of India. This time it has launched its 5G service in 27 cities of India and now Jio is available in 304 cities.

Andhra Pradesh – Anakapalle, Machilipatnam

Bihar – Arrah, Begusarai, Bihar Sharif, Darbhanga, Purnia

Chhattisgarh – Jagdalpur

Jammu & Kashmir – Jammu, Kashmir

Himachal Pradesh – Baddi-Barotiwala-Nalagarh

Gujarat – Vapi

Jharkhand – Katras

Karnataka – Kolar

Maharashtra – Beed, Chakan, Dhule, Jalna, Malegaon

Tamil Nadu – Tirunelveli

Uttar Pradesh – Barabanki

Uttarakhand – Mussoorie

West Bengal – Bardhaman, Berhampore, English Bazar, Habra, Kharagpur

This news has come out from a tipster named Abhishek Yadav. Users are excited to see this expansion of Jio that will soon enable them to enjoy the 5G service. This massive expansion is in parallel to Jio’s vision of delivering 5G to every town, and every taluka by December 2023. You can easily check if your city has Jio’s 5G service or not by simply searching it on Jio’s website. This year is itself an important year for India as it is hosting a number of G20 summits all across India due to its presidency. When a number of delegates are arriving in India for several meetings it becomes very important that India looks great in all terms.


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