The Dream of A Digital India – Will 4G Speed Up Our Life In India ?
“Digital India” is one of the dream of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In order to achieve this aim it is important to provide internet service to everyone in the country. It is not only important to provide this service but the more important point is to provide a high speed internet service. So, to achieve this aim various all the service providers like: – Bharti Airtel , Vodafone and Reliance are giving neck to neck competition to provide the 4G service to its users.
4G promises to provide an experience like that of broadband connection on wireless network. Like Airtel, who is expanding its 4G network, Vodafone has also started its 4G network trials in selected areas. Apart from these two, Reliance Jio Infocomm is also planning to come with a 4G offer by the end of this year. Moreover, Idea Cellular is also likely to launch its 4G services in some locations in 2016. As we all know the sale of smart phones has been on rise. Many of the people especially living in metropolitan cities own a smart phone. So, these people will be able to enjoy these new services as they can afford them but those people who cannot afford it will be waste for them. Another problem is the compatibility with the smart phones. The smart that most of the people have are compatible with only 3G services so it will not be possible for such users to make use of this new service. So, there are some problems with this.
According to the International Telecommunications Union-Radio communications sector (ITU-R), the peak speed requirements for 4G service at 100 megabits per second for high mobility communication and 1 gigabit per second for low mobility communications. Te 4G network uses packet switching technique and communicates over Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
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Vittori Colao, group chief executive said that their emerging markets have maintained their strong momentum and more of their European businesses are returning to growth as customer demand for 4G and data takes off. Also, according to one of the statement released, Vodafone Group has 24.1 million 4G customers across 18 markets and 4G accounts for 35% of data traffic in European markets.
Inspite of some drawbacks of this new technology, there are many advantages attached to it. There is need to educate people about this new technology as they should know its pros and cons and they can use this 4G service in a better way. Now, let us see how 4G service can speed up our lives.
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