Jio Chairman Akash Ambani added that the Jio True 5G pilot beta trail has also been extended to Chennai and Nathdwara
Reliance Akash Ambani, the CEO of Jio
On October 22, Jio Chairman Akash Ambani stated that the telecom giant is introducing 5G WiFi services in high footfall locations including educational institutions, places of worship, railway stations, bus stops, commercial hubs, and more.
In addition, Chennai and Nathdwara, Rajasthan, have been added to the Jio True 5G pilot beta trial, according to Akash Ambani. In addition, the Jio Welcome Offer and JioTrue5G services were just recently introduced in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Varanasi.
"5G cannot be a service that only the wealthy or residents of our biggest cities can access. Every individual, every home, and every business in India must have access to it. This is a step toward making JioTrue5G available to all Indians.
We currently power the first True5G-enabled Wi-Fi service in the Lord Srinathji temple and holy town of Nathdwara. This will enable us to power many more such places and provide them the opportunity to test out our offerings. As our newest city to be included in the Jio True5G Welcome Offer, we also warmly welcome Chennai, Ambani stated in a release.
According to a June 28 regulatory filing, Akash Ambani, 30, was appointed chairman of RIL and this is largely seen as his first significant statement as Jio's CEO. His promotion was announced at the same time Mukesh Ambani's resignation as Jio's director.