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NEW DELHI: Ivan Razon, Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Affairs at Ericsson, stated that India has made remarkable progress in 5G Standalone availability, while Europe lags behind.
In a LinkedIn post on October 21, emphasized the remarkable expansion of 5G in India during the period between May 2022 and August 2023.
Razon’s comments coincide with a period in which India has achieved significant progress in the deployment of 5G networks. Telecom companies in India have been extending their network coverage to provide swifter and more dependable connectivity to both consumers and businesses throughout the country.
An Ericsson survey revealed that an estimated 31 million users in India are expected to upgrade to 5G-enabled phones in 2023. According to the report, the introduction of 5G has resulted in a 30% increase in overall network satisfaction in India compared to the previous 4G technology.
Earlier, on October 5. Pekka Lundmark, President and CEO of Nokia acknowledged that India’s 5G network deployment has been remarkable, placing the country among the top three nations globally with the largest 5G user base.
Additionally, Lundmark noted that 5G download speeds in India surpass those in numerous advanced markets.