At the 45th Annual General Meeting (AGM), Jio officially announced the AANE Jio 5G network services in India. The major telecom operator confirmed that 5G services will be launched in major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai by this Diwali i.e. October 24.
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Later, the network will be made available in phases across the country by December 2023. Jio further confirmed that its 5G network will be based on 5G SA technology. There is “zero dependencies” on the existing 4G infrastructure maintained by the company. What is Jio 5G Standalone Network and do you need a new SIM to access Jio’s 5G services? We are going to give you the answers to all these questions, so let’s start.
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Jio’s 5G network will use 5G standalone technology to offer services such as “low latency, machine-to-machine communication, 5G voice, edge computing and network slicing, and metaverse”. The term 5G SA stands for “Standalone 5G”, it is a 5G network technology that works on its own and does not depend on the existing 4G network infrastructure.
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For those unaware, 5G networks have two interfaces: 5G SA (5G standalone) and 5G NSA (non-standalone 5G). Both 5G interfaces use the new 5G New Radio (5G NR) technology, defined by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GGP).
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While Jio hasn’t confirmed whether users will need a new SIM card to use its 5G standalone network, we speculate that’s how the technology works. Based on this, users will probably need a new 5G SIM to access the network.
Jio can follow the same process that other network providers used to upgrade an existing 3G SIM to a 4G-enabled SIM, by requiring users to visit their nearest customer care center or retail store and send a simple SMS from their currently active SIM. The SIM needs to be upgraded.
Meanwhile, Jio users can access Jio Air Fiber, a plug-and-play device that lets you connect to 5G networks and use it to access services like cloud gaming, immersive sports viewing and other 5G services. can be done for.