Vodafone Idea claims to have achieved 3.7 Gbps speed in 5G trial

Debt-ridden telecom company Vodafone Idea on Sunday claimed that it has achieved a maximum speed of 3.7 gigabits per second (GBPS) during a 5G trial in Pune. This is the fastest speed achieved by any telecom service provider in India. The company has also claimed to record 1.5 Gbps download speed in the mid-band spectrum in Gandhinagar and Pune.

The Department of Telecommunications (DOT) has allotted the traditional 3.5 GHz spectrum band as well as high-frequency bands like 26 GHz (GHz) to Vodafone Idea for 5G network trials. “Vodafone Idea has deployed its 5G trials in Pune city in a lab set-up of an end-to-end captive network of cloud core, next-generation transport and radio access networks,” the company said in a statement. “In this test, Vodafone Idea achieved a peak speed of over 3.7 Gbps with very low latency on mmWave (millimetre wave) spectrum band,” it said.

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