5G launch: Airtel, Jio, and Vi expected 5G speed in India | 91mobiles.com

Vi 5G speed

Vi 5G speed in India could be north of 5Gbps. The telco is claimed to have recorded a top speed of 5.92Gbps during one of the 5G trials in Pune, Maharashtra. The said speed, which is the most for any telco in the country, has reportedly been achieved using Ericsson’s new radio dual-connectivity (NR-DC) software. In another trial run, Vi achieved peak data speeds of 3.7 Gbps on the mmWave spectrum. Apart from this, during trials in Gandhinagar using the 3.5 GHz band, Vi managed to gain speeds of up to 1.5 Gbps in an artificial 5G network.

Airtel 5G speed

As for Airtel, it delivered a high 5G speed of over 1Gbps and a latency of 20ms in its demo in March in Gurugram and Mumbai. However, in Hyderabad, the telco managed to hit peak speeds of 3Gbps (3,000Mbps). Be that as it may, Airtel has said that one can expect real-world speeds in a home setting to be anywhere between 200Mbps to 300Mbps on 5G. While the speeds are lower than expected, it is still 10 times faster than the current 4G speed.

Jio 5G speed

At the Reliance AGM 2022, the company showcased that its Jio 5G can deliver 1.09Gbps speed on a smartphone. It is the same speed the telco achieved during the trial period using the indigenously-developed technology. That being said, the speed is likely to drop by 60 percent in the real world. Per a report by 91mobiles, the network could only achieve a download speed of 420Mbps and upload speed of 412 Mbps, with a latency of 11ms and 9ms jitters, on one of the pilot testing devices.

Conclusion

As impressive as Airtel, Vi, and Jio 5G speeds may sound, it should be noted that these speeds were achieved during the trial test when there were hardly any devices connected to the network. The speeds are likely to vary in the real world, and as pointed out by Airtel, could be around 200-300Mbps, which is still faster than the telcos’ 4G speeds in the country.

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