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5G tech on the roll in India

5G tech on the roll in India

As many as 31 million users in India are expected to upgrade to 5G phones in the coming year, amid an accelerated adoption of the ultra-high-speed services in the country, according to a report by Ericsson.

5G users in India outpace their global counterparts in daily adoption of apps. In India, 5G has elevated overall network satisfaction by an "impressive" 30 percent compared to 4G, Ericsson Consumer Lab's Global Survey showed.

"According to the study, based on tech attitudes and affordability, 31 million users could upgrade to 5G phones in 2023. This presents a vast opportunity for further 5G adoption in the country," it said.

5G users in India stand out for their high daily engagement with apps, such as streaming high-definition video, video calling services, mobile gaming and augmented reality. On average, they spend two hours more per week using these services compared to users in other early adopter 5G markets such as the US, the UK, South Korea, China and many others.

 

5G tech on the roll in India

5G tech on the roll in India

As many as 31 million users in India are expected to upgrade to 5G phones in the coming year, amid an accelerated adoption of the ultra-high-speed services in the country, according to a report by Ericsson.

5G users in India outpace their global counterparts in daily adoption of apps. In India, 5G has elevated overall network satisfaction by an "impressive" 30 percent compared to 4G, Ericsson Consumer Lab's Global Survey showed.

"According to the study, based on tech attitudes and affordability, 31 million users could upgrade to 5G phones in 2023. This presents a vast opportunity for further 5G adoption in the country," it said.

5G users in India stand out for their high daily engagement with apps, such as streaming high-definition video, video calling services, mobile gaming and augmented reality. On average, they spend two hours more per week using these services compared to users in other early adopter 5G markets such as the US, the UK, South Korea, China and many others.

 

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