Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the Indian telecommunications sector for the rapid transition from 2G, then 3G to 4G and is now heading towards the 5G network and eventually 6G in the near future. He spoke on the sidelines of the celebration of the Silver Anniversary of the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). He celebrated the event by issuing a postage stamp with the TRAI logo and 25 years of approval on it.

Prime Minister Modi also spoke about the “sustainability, self-confidence and multiplier effect” created by healthy competition in the Indian telecommunications sector. “Our telecommunications sector is a great example of how independence and healthy competition create a multiplier effect in society and the economy. Coming out of the despair, frustration, corruption and political paralysis of the 2G era, the country quickly moved from 3G to 4G, and now to 5G and 6G, ”added Prime Minister Modi.

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He also referred to the democratization of mobile phones, which made them accessible to all segments of society, and stressed the need for domestic production of smartphones to make it a reality. “As a result, the number of mobile production units has increased from 2 to more than 200,” said Prime Minister Modi during his speech.

India is expected to hold its 5G spectrum auctions in the coming months, paving the way for telecom operators to deploy their networks to businesses and consumers. He noted that Ashvini Vaishnov stressed the need for an internal 5G technology stack, which is at an advanced stage and should be available by the end of this year.

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TV companies such as Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone are preparing their networks for the upgrade and are working to promote 5G connectivity bands for consumers as soon as possible.

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Speaking about 5G, Prime Minister Modi said: “5G technology will bring positive changes in governance, ease of living, ease of doing business. This will contribute to the growth of agriculture, health, education, infrastructure and logistics in each sector. This will create employment opportunities. ”

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