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Bharti airtel announced on Wednesday that it has crossed the barrier of one million unique 5G users on its network as the telecom operator phases out 5G services.



The company said it reached this milestone in less than 30 days from the commercial launch, even as the network is being built.

“Our network is being built every day, even as all 5G devices are now able to work on the Airtel 5G Plus network, with a few exceptions, which should also happen in the coming weeks. We will continue to develop our network with a vision to connect the whole country,” said Randeep sekhonCTO of Bharti Airtel.

Earlier this month, Airtel launched 5G services in Delhi, Mumbai, ChennaiBengaluru, Hyderabad, Siliguri, nagpur and Varanasi.

The services in these cities are being rolled out in phases as the company continues to build its network and complete the rollout.

“This is only the first few days, but customer response has been very encouraging,” says Sekhon.

The company promises speeds 20 to 30 times faster than the current speed, coupled with a brilliant voice experience and a super-fast call connection.

Customers with 5G smartphones will enjoy the fast Airtel 5G Plus on their existing data plans until the rollout is more widespread.

It is not necessary to SIM card because the existing Airtel 4G SIM card is 5G enabled.

Airtel 5G Plus provides super-fast access to high-definition video streaming, gaming, multiple chats, instant photo upload and more.

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