- Airtel says its 5G services now cover all districts of West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Gujarat, and Odisha.
- The company also has rolled out its 5G services in the Union territory of Dadra, Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu.
- Airtel has achieved this goal, within 12 months of the launch of 5G services.
Airtel has announced that it has rolled out 5G services in all districts of Karnataka, Punjab, Odisha, West Bengal, Gujarat and Union Territory of Dadra, Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu within just 12 months of the launch. The company also has disclosed that it has 4.2 million unique 5G customers in Tamil Nadu, 2.2 million unique 5G customers in Gujarat, over 5.1 million unique 5G customers in Karnataka, and over 1.4 million unique 5G customers in Odisha. In West Bengal, the telco has said that it is offering its 5G services to over 1.6 million unique customers.
Airtel’s 5G Services Available At Narendra Modi Stadium, And Several Other UNESCO World Heritage Sites
From the tranquil tea gardens of Darjeeling, the hills of Kalimpong, to the colonial town of Chandannagar, the company is continuing to rapidly accelerate its 5G rollout. Airtel also claims that it has brought the famous Eden Gardens, the oldest and second-largest cricket stadium in India and the terracotta hub of Bishnupur onto the digital superhighway.
Furthermore, the company’s 5G service is also available at the Sukhna Lake in Chandigarh, the historic Jallianwala Baug in Amritsar, the magnificent Wagah Border, and Qila Muburak in Bathinda. Furthermore, the company has also brought the village of Qila Raipur known for its Rural Olympics onto the digital superhighway.
From the scenic hill station of Ooty, the sacred city of Madurai, the port city of Thoothukudi to the southernmost tip of Kanyakumari, the company is continuing to to rapidly accelerate its 5G rollout. Airtel also claims that it has also brought the M.A. Chidambaram stadium in Chennai and the UNESCO World Heritage site of Mahabalipuram onto the digital superhighway. As mentioned above, in Tamil Nadu, the company is offering its 5G service to 4.2 million customers.
In Karnataka, Airtel has expanded its 5G service to lush forests of the Western ghats in Kodagu, the historic city of Mysuru, the bustling tech hub of Bengaluru to the pristine beaches of Mangalore. Furthermore, Airtel also has brought the renowned UNESCO World Heritage site of Hampi and the Mullayanagiri in Chikmagalur – the highest peak in Karnataka, onto the digital superhighway.
In Gujarat, the company is offering its 5G services in the white sands of the Rann of Kutch, the coastal beauty of Dwarka, the magnificent Statue of Unity, Gandhi Ashram in Sabarmati to the iconic Atal Bridge. It also has brought the Narendra Modi stadium in Ahmedabad, and Rani ki Vav, a UNESCO World heritage site based in Patan, onto the digital superhighway. The company serves over 2.2 million unique 5G customers in Gujarat.