Bharti Airtel reaches three million 5G users milestone in Mumbai


Bharti Airtel, a premier telecommunications service provider in India, announced its achievement of reaching 3 million 5G users in Mumbai, marking a significant milestone in the city’s telecommunication evolution. The company has successfully deployed 5G services across all major locations in Mumbai, ensuring comprehensive coverage from major cultural landmarks to busy commercial streets.

Over the past six months, Airtel has seen a remarkable increase in the number of users switching to 5G, thanks to its expansive network deployment across the city. This growth underscores the company’s commitment to enhancing mobile connectivity with cutting-edge technology. Bharti Airtel’s widespread 5G coverage in Mumbai includes iconic locations such as the Gateway of India, Siddhivinayak Temple, Marine Drive, Bandra Bandstand, and the Bandra-Worli Sea Link.

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Aditya Kankaria, CEO of Mumbai Operations at Bharti Airtel, commented on the achievement, stating, “We are making significant strides in building the network infrastructure required to facilitate widespread adoption of 5G in Mumbai. We express our gratitude to our valued customers who have upgraded to enjoy the power of unlimited 5G service at no additional cost. Our tireless efforts are to keep our customers consistently connected to the city’s fastest, most reliable, and cutting-edge network.”

Bharti Airtel Hits 3 Million 5G Subscribers in Mumbai Amid Expansive Network Rollout

Bharti Airtel Hits 3 Million 5G Subscribers in Mumbai Amid Expansive Network Rollout

The rapid deployment and adoption of 5G in Mumbai are attributed to several factors including accelerated network enhancement, the swift rollout of 5G, and the increasing availability of affordable 5G devices. In a strategic move to make 5G accessible to more users, Airtel has partnered with smartphone manufacturer Poco to offer 5G devices under INR 10,000. This initiative has significantly contributed to the growth of Airtel’s 5G user base across the nation. Moreover, Airtel’s retail expansion in Mumbai has improved consumer access, facilitating an easier upgrade path to 5G services for customers.

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The future of 5G in India looks promising as network providers like Bharti Airtel continue to invest in infrastructure and form strategic partnerships to enhance accessibility and affordability of 5G technology. The ongoing expansion of 5G networks is expected to play a crucial role in transforming various sectors including education, healthcare, and manufacturing, driving further economic growth and technological innovation in the region.

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