Reliance Jio 5G now live in 50 more cities in India

Indian telecom operator Reliance Jio has been launching its “True 5G” services across different parts of India since the commercial launch of 5G in the Asian country last October, and the company today announced that its 5G services went live in 50 more cities of India.

Reliance Jio 5G now live in 50 more cities in India

Jio said this makes it one of the largest rollouts of 5G services in the world, taking the total count of cities having Jio 5G in India to 184, with pan-India 5G rollout expected to complete by December 2023. You can check the list of cities that got 5G today below.

  • Andhra Pradesh
    • Chittoor
    • Kadapa
    • Narasaraopet
    • Ongole
    • Rajamahendravaram
    • Srikakulam
    • Vizianagaram

  • Assam
  • Chhattisgarh
    • Bilaspur
    • Korba
    • Rajnandgaon

  • Goa
  • Haryana
    • Ambala
    • Bahadurgarh
    • Hisar
    • Karnal
    • Panipat
    • Rohtak
    • Sirsa
    • Sonipat

  • Jharkhand
  • Karnataka
    • Bagalkote
    • Chikkamagaluru
    • Hassan
    • Mandya
    • Tumakuru

  • Kerala
  • Maharashtra
    • Kolhapur
    • Nanded-Waghala
    • Sangli

  • Odisha
    • Balasore
    • Baripada
    • Bhadrak
    • Jharsuguda
    • Puri
    • Sambalpur

  • Puducherry
  • Punjab
  • Rajasthan
  • Tamil Nadu
    • Dharmapuri
    • Erode
    • Thoothukudi

  • Telangana
  • Uttar Pradesh
    • Jhansi
    • Aligarh
    • Moradabad
    • Saharanpur

  • West Bengal

If you live in an area with Jio 5G’s coverage and already have a 5G-enabled smartphone, you will get invited to experience Jio 5G with unlimited 5G data as a part of the Jio Welcome Offer, provided you have recharged for a minimum of INR239 ($3/€3) or have a postpaid 4G plan of similar or higher value. It’s also worth mentioning that there are no separate 5G plans right now from Jio, and users also don’t have to get a new Jio SIM to experience Jio 5G.

You can head this way to check the availability of Jio 5G in your city and express your interest if it isn’t. You can also check the compatibility of your device with Jio 5G on the same page.

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