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Jio 5G in Kochi: Reliance Jio to Launch True 5G in Kochi, Kerala Today

Reliance Jio True 5G network will be available for users in Kochi from today, 20 December 2022. Here is how Jio users can get 5G services in Kochi, Kerala.

by Sahil_Jain Updated: 20 Dec, 2022, 18:25 IST
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Reliance Jio will launch its True 5G network in Kochi, Kerala today, the 20th of December, Tuesday. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will inaugurate the Jio 5G network. The telecom giant has planned to provide Jio True 5G services in all the districts across the country by December end. In the inauguration event held at a private hotel in Kochi, Jio ṣwill explain the benefits and positive effects of introducing 5G to the city. 

Jio 5G Launch in Kochi, Kerala

With the introduction of 5G in India by Jio and Airtel, more and more users have been trying to enjoy the super fast 5G speeds all over the country but unfortunately, it will take some time for these Internet Service Providers to cover the entire country.

Reliance Jio 5G in Kochi, Kerala: How to Get Jio 5G and Full Details

Since Jio 5G will be launched today in Kochi, a city in Kerala, the locals are quite excited to enjoy those crazy network speeds. So if you are a Jio user in Kochi, you might be able to use the Jio 5G network really soon! But hold your horses right there. Unlike Airtel, Jio selects a certain number of users from each area to provide 5G services. While other users may not get Jio True 5G services just now.

Thus until and unless you are selected by Jio, you may not be able to use Jio 5G right now. So, check out this list of Jio 5G Supported Smartphones to see whether your smartphone is compatible with Jio 5G or not.

How Many Cities Have Jio 5G in India?

Jio 5G has been launched in Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Pune, Nathdwara, and 33 district headquarters in Gujarat. Now that Kochi is added to the list, Jio users in Kochi too can enjoy free 5G internet services by Jio where they will get some crazily fast internet speeds.

Reliance Jio started rolling out its 5G services on the 1st of October and the rollout has been smooth since then. According to the company’s plans, the majority of the country will be using the 5G network by the end of 2023. Although we are a bit behind other countries in this race, we still are getting somewhere, right?

So, do let us know where you are from in the comments section and whether you have used 5G from Jio or Airtel yet or not. Also, do you think that 5G networks would be 10x faster than 4G networks as claimed by ISPs?


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Habbibi welcome to kerala.
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jatsureshjat58518 wrote:
Jaipur me kb aayega
Jio hasn't announced anything as such.
Will make sure to let you know when there's any information available.
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Those who are using hotspot make sure to use 5ghz in the AP BAND ELSE MAX SPEED will be limited to around 20 Mbps only.

After that only we can use high speed on other devices like fire stick/ laptop / etc

Maximum speed comparison
2.4 GHz Theoretical Speed Real-World Speed
802.11b 11 Mbps 2-3 Mbps
802.11g 54 Mbps 10-29 Mbps
802.11n 300 Mpbs 150 Mbps
5 GHz Theoretical Speed Real-World Speed
802.11a 6-54 Mbps 3-32 Mbps
802.11ac
433 Mbps - 1.7 Gbps
210 Mbps - 1 Gbps
802.11n
900 Mbps 450 Mbps

also change settings

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in your device:

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maybe poco dont support 802.11n

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Jigglypuff wrote:

Those who are using hotspot make sure to use 5ghz in the AP BAND ELSE MAX SPEED will be limited to around 20 Mbps only.

After that only we can use high speed on other devices like fire stick/ laptop / etc

Maximum speed comparison
2.4 GHz Theoretical Speed Real-World Speed
802.11b 11 Mbps 2-3 Mbps
802.11g 54 Mbps 10-29 Mbps
802.11n 300 Mpbs 150 Mbps
5 GHz Theoretical Speed Real-World Speed
802.11a 6-54 Mbps 3-32 Mbps
802.11ac
433 Mbps - 1.7 Gbps
210 Mbps - 1 Gbps
802.11n
900 Mbps 450 Mbps

also change settings

image

in your device:

image

maybe poco dont support 802.11n

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Thanks a lot for such a detailed comment😄
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