First the welcome offer has to be selected
If you are one of the 12 cities where 5G rollout has been announced by Jio and still you are not getting 5G connectivity then there could be several reasons. Subscribers have to go to the MyJio app and opt for the Jio Welcome Offer, after which they can start testing 5G.
Jio 5G services available in 12 cities
The 12 cities where Reliance Jio’s 5G services are available include – Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Varanasi, Kolkata, Pune, Gurugram, Noida, Ghaziabad, Bengaluru and Faridabad. If you live in these cities, have a 5G phone and its software is on the latest version, you should try changing the selected settings.
New Trick to Get Jio True 5G Internet Speed in 4G Phone
- First open the settings of your 5G smartphone.
- Now you have to go to Connections or Mobile Network option.
- Here you have to select 5G network mode.
If 5G network is available in your area then the phone will start getting 5G connectivity. However, if it doesn’t, you can switch to 4G to save battery.
Keep these things in mind for using 5G
Let us tell you that to take advantage of 5G connectivity, you need to have a 5G smartphone, which is getting the support of the respective bands. Many 5G smartphones have not received the necessary software updates, which is why they do not offer 5G support. In such a situation, it is very important to keep your phone software updated. Currently, Jio users can get Rs. 5G services are available on all plans above 239.5G is the next generation of high-speed wireless internet. It surpasses 4G in speed by at least a factor of 10, and is even faster than what most people get from their wired broadband connection at home.
While that might sound impressive, it’s also hard to understand what this really means for you when you’re using your phone or downloading something at home on your computer. How is 5G faster when it comes to regular tasks like downloading apps and streaming movies?
It’s easy to talk about how 5G can change the world, like enabling enhanced VR and AR experiences, holographic phone calls, interconnected smart cities, etc. However, to understand how fast it really is, let’s look at some more relatable, real world examples.
5G Speed: What the Standards Call For
For a network to be considered 5G, it has to abide by certain rules set by governing authorities like 3GPP. One of those specifications is speed for uploads and downloads.
There’s a minimum peak download rate and a minimum peak upload rate for a network to be called a 5G network, meaning that each 5G base station has to support speeds at least this fast:
5G peak download speed: 20 Gb/s (gigabits per second), or 20,480 Mb/s (megabits per second)
5G peak upload speed: 10 Gb/s (gigabits per second), or 10,240 Mb/s (megabits per second)
How Fast Is 5G—Really?
Here are some other examples of how long it would take to download different sized files on a 5G network, assuming different speeds:
- 1 Gb/s: Two seconds to download 75 JPG images (300 MB total)
- 5 Gb/s: Eight seconds to download two full seasons of The Office (around 5 GB) through Netflix
- 10 Gb/s: About six seconds to save your friend’s home movie (8 GB)
- 15 Gb/s: One minute to download a 105 GB archive of your data backed up online
- 20 Gb/s: Under two minutes to download Avatar: Special Edition (276 GB)
Of course, all your online activities are faster on 5G, but looking at giant files, like in the examples above, really show how incredibly fast things can be on 5G.