Reliance holds all India 4G spectrum | Airtel, Aircel, Qualcomm Tikona, Augere are other 4G players | Reliance reaches Huawei, Alcatel, ZTE for equipments
Here comes the 4G network to India, though only in a trial phase. Mukesh Ambani's fourth-generation telecom services are soon to rollout across the country.
Next month Reliance Industries Limited will start with its 4G network in Jamnagar before the project is escalated across India.
Only Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) has secured 4G spectrum in all the circles via its subsidiary Infotel Broadband services. Airtel has won rights for Punjab, Karnataka, Kolkata and Maharashtra where as Qualcomm to come up with the network in Haryana, Kerala, Mumbai and Delhi. Aircel has managed to acquire 4G networks in Assam, orissa, Bihar, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, J&K and North East circles. Tikona will launch the service in Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, UP and Gujarat where as Mauritius based Augere Limited has managed to grab only the Madhya Pradesh circle.
4G networks is ultra-fast Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology facilitating high-speed Internet browsing, HD video streaming, voice over LTE, data downloading at 100GB per second speed and location-based services.
RIL is roping in vendors such as Huawei, Alcatel Lucent and ZTE for 4G equipments. Presently Huawei holds 50 percent market share in the world for LTE equipment.
4G networks is ultra-fast Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology which is now available in only limited regions in the world. It facilitates high-speed Internet browsing, HD video streaming, voice over LTE, data downloading at 100GB per second speed and location-based services.
Bharti AirTel, the largest mobile operator in India, is also learned to roll out its first 4G mobile telecom network very soon, probably with a trial phase in Kolkata.