Indians are eagerly awaiting 5G. In October, Jio and Airtel may launch a 5G network. According to some estimates, the 5G network will have 10 times the speed of the 4G network. However, the story is currently considerably different in actuality. A report claims that 56 percent of people in the nation are bothered by “call drops” and call networks. Thus, there is a problem with internet connectivity due to frequent call drops and a lack of network when chatting on the phone because a significant portion of the population lacks access to a better 4G network.
A call drop has offended 56% of individuals.
In 339 districts of India, a survey on call quality was carried out, according to the internet platform LocalCircle. According to the poll, 56 percent of people experience call network and call drop issues. When faced with network issues, 82% of users turn to data or WiFi calls. When asked what proportion of their calls in the last three months had a bad network or call dropouts, 37% responded that 20 to 50% of their calls had such issues. 91 percent of the 8,364 respondents who participated in the poll indicated they were bothered by call networks and dropped calls, and 56 percent thought it was a major issue.
In these cities, 5G service will be made accessible first.
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) report states that 13 Indian cities will be the first to offer 5G connectivity. Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Jamnagar, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, and Pune are the cities where 5G connectivity will be available first. By October 24, which is Diwali, Jio might introduce 5G in the nation. Airtel, on the other hand, has made the date of October 12 official.