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will 4g be launched in india in next 5 years

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I think 4G Is already lauched india. . . Rilaince , airtel . . . .bt not in all city. . . . Kapil sibbal annouce to launch in kolkatta.
Posted: 17-10-2012 @ 22:56:59
4g is already launched in India by Airtel in some areas. Just Google for it.
Posted: 04-07-2012 @ 15:35:24
O ya absulutely 4g will be reached in india
Posted: 08-02-2012 @ 18:43:07
All 4G enthusiast in India are one step closer to experiencing the fourth generation High Speed Broadband Services. Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) spectrum winner Augere Wireless Broadband geared up to launch Long Term Evolution (LTE) based High Speed 4G Wirelss Broadband service in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh telecom circle beginning January 2012. UK based Augere Wireless Broadband today said that company plans to invest up to $60 million over the next three-five years to launch fourth-generation (4G) broadband services (BWA) in Madhya Pradesh telecom circle dubbed as “ZOOSH Broadband” where it has 4G spectrum and BWA license. Augere Wireless Chief Executive Lars Stork said that “We are delighted to be one of the first wireless broadband service providers to announce our plans for the launch of 4G services in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. We will rolls out commercial 4G Wireless Broadband services initially in 14 cities of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh under the brand ZOOSH.The commercial 4G launch is expected on April 1, next year and it will complete the service roll out by early 2013.” According to the company’s statement capital city Bhopal will be the first city in Madhya Pradesh to get the 4G Broadband services in January followed by other major cities in like Indore, Raipur, Gwalior in MP and Durg (chattisgarh) till the April 2012. All other cities and towns will get the services during the course of the year. Augere has selected Ericsson and gave a three-year contract where in Ericsson will plan, design, build, operate, maintain and provide equipment management for the 4G network. The TD LTE technology is capable of speeds up to 100 Mbps and is backwards compatible with 3G (CDMA as well as GSM) which means that subscribers will be connected to 3G via Roaming in other service providers where 4G network is not available.
Posted: 07-02-2012 @ 22:38:08
4G network may be launched till next year in whole india. In next 5 years india has launched advanced networks as in forign. India is so much behind from devolpd countries, as they have 8G networks. So during these 5years we hope that we use advanced networks like , 4G ,5G or may 6G.....
Posted: 07-02-2012 @ 17:31:28
India aims to launch fourth-generation (4G) mobile services next year that will allow users to watch high-definition video and download content at a much faster rate, a minister said. 4G technology holds the promise of Internet speeds up to 10 times faster than typical third-generation networks. "We should be ready to launch 4G... in the later half of 2012," Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal said on late Friday, according to the Press Trust of India. "We have large capacities in spectrum to move forward in 4G which is hopefully going to be launched towards end of next year," he said. The government is keen to ramp up its mobile and Internet penetration in the country of 1.2 billion people as a way of boosting access to education and health services and propel economic growth. Sibal's comments come as telecom operators are rolling out 3G mobile services after winning spectrum in a fiercely contested auction in 2010. Telecom and Internet services providers paid a combined nearly $23 billion to the government for bandwidth to offer 3G telephone and broadband wireless Internet services. India is the world's second-largest mobile market but Sibal lamented it was just the wealthier segment of India's population, mainly in urban areas, who use modern communications technology. He also expressed concern about content supplied by telecom players that he said served the elites, rather than needs of 'ordinary people'. "You can bring in a mobile device but if you don't have the content, there's no point in having a device. All stakeholders must come on board to develop content beyond entertainment," he said. Experts say demand in India for 4G may be held back by lack of demand, with poorer consumers seeing little need for applications provided by the ultra-fast system. Major operators such as Verizon Wireless in the United States are already offering 4G service while China Mobile Communications Corp is carrying out trials for a new fourth-generation mobile network. Construction of super-fast mobile networks is also under way in countries including Germany. All 4G enthusiast in India are one step closer to experiencing the fourth generation High Speed Broadband Services. Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) spectrum winner Augere Wireless Broadband geared up to launch Long Term Evolution (LTE) based High Speed 4G Wirelss Broadband service in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh telecom circle beginning January 2012. UK based Augere Wireless Broadband today said that company plans to invest up to $60 million over the next three-five years to launch fourth-generation (4G) broadband services (BWA) in Madhya Pradesh telecom circle dubbed as “ZOOSH Broadband” where it has 4G spectrum and BWA license. Augere Wireless Chief Executive Lars Stork said that “We are delighted to be one of the first wireless broadband service providers to announce our plans for the launch of 4G services in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. We will rolls out commercial 4G Wireless Broadband services initially in 14 cities of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh under the brand ZOOSH.The commercial 4G launch is expected on April 1, next year and it will complete the service roll out by early 2013.” According to the company’s statement capital city Bhopal will be the first city in Madhya Pradesh to get the 4G Broadband services in January followed by other major cities in like Indore, Raipur, Gwalior in MP and Durg (chattisgarh) till the April 2012. All other cities and towns will get the services during the course of the year. Augere has selected Ericsson and gave a three-year contract where in Ericsson will plan, design, build, operate, maintain and provide equipment management for the 4G network. The TD LTE technology is capable of speeds up to 100 Mbps and is backwards compatible with 3G (CDMA as well as GSM) which means that subscribers will be connected to 3G via Roaming in other service providers where 4G network is not available. State operator BSNL and Reliance Infotel (RIL Group) in the only pan India spectrum winner for 4G / BWA service. Other winners are Bharti Airtel (4 circles) Aircel (8 circles), Tikona Wireless (5 circles), and Qualcomm (4 Circles) and MTNL (2 circles). Augere also offers WiMAX-based wireless internet under the Qubee brand in Pakistan and Bangladesh. It also plans to launch similar services in Uganda and Rwanda in African market, after launching operations in India.
Posted: 06-02-2012 @ 08:18:16
4G service is already started in kerala. it'll take time at least 1 year to start in other states.
Posted: 10-08-2011 @ 14:05:36
in case of this happens,,then we are very fortunate people.
Posted: 09-08-2011 @ 18:24:20
yes.According to reports in the leading daily TtheTtelegraph",it will be launched as soon as next year.Airtel,Tata Docomo,reliance and a few other telecom service providrs in Delhi have already bought the 4G spectrum.Talks are on to roll out 4G early net year.
Posted: 09-08-2011 @ 10:41:00
Yes, 4G will launched in india in next 5 years
Posted: 08-08-2011 @ 02:39:41
yes, i hope may be 4g is lunched in india next 5 year
Posted: 05-08-2011 @ 18:18:25
as per the latest ITU standards WIMAX and LTE is considered as 4g... by considering that bsnl has already launched WIMAX services in states like haryana and kerala.. the BWA spectrum auctioned last year can be used for providing these services... Infotel has won spectrum in all telecom circles in india... they are planning to launch LTE services in early 2012 in india...
Posted: 04-08-2011 @ 15:40:22
Yes, 4G will launched in india in next 5 years
Posted: 03-08-2011 @ 18:42:45
Yes, 4G will launched in india in next 5 years
Posted: 31-07-2011 @ 20:45:22
Here not deterred Industry experts to already start talking about 4G (4th Generation) services. Infact, it looks like Indian consumers may well see 4G services on their mobiles as early as next year. According to quote given by Nikhil Sadarangani (of JDSU India) to media – Upgradation to 4G technologies can easily happen (from Telecom providers perspective) as it requires similar backend Infrastructure as 3G services.
Posted: 26-07-2011 @ 10:52:25
It depends upon the India's development in the field of telecommunication technology.
Posted: 25-07-2011 @ 17:40:57
i think it'll not even happen in 5 yrs...........it may take more time......we r not yet got awarness of 3g technology............3g is not all over INDIA............
Posted: 24-07-2011 @ 20:03:25