India’s Department of Telecom Allocates Spectrum for 5G Trials to Airtel, Jio and Vi

Earlier this month, the Department of Telecom (DoT) gave telecom operators the green light to start 5G trials in India without the participation of Chinese OEMs. Today, as per industry sources, the DoT has allocated 5G spectrum to telcos, including Airtel, Reliance Jio, Vi (Vodafone Idea), BSNL, and MTNL, to start testing 5G network in India.

“Telecom operators have been allocated spectrum in the 700 MHz band, 3.3-3.6 gigahertz (GHz) band and 24.25-28.5 GHz band across various locations,” an official from a telecom company said in a statement to PTI (via LiveMint).

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