As The World Gets Taste Of 5G, India Still Caught In Spectrum Debate
An ET report citing a COAI executive said that India is set to miss the ‘5G bus’ due to a lack of preparedness, spectrum issues, inadequate use-case development, and uncertainty around sale of radiowaves for 5G.
5G networks were expected to be launched in India by 2020 there is still no concrete date or timeline in this regard.
Besides faster speeds, 5G offers low latency and a more stable network across connections.
In India, the pricing of the spectrum has been one of the main reasons for the delay.
The COAI has been claiming that India’s prices for the 5G spectrum are much higher than the international average.
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