Current situation of 4G services offered in India
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The Indian telecom operators have always struggled to deliver quality. Not that they aren't making efforts, but catering to such a huge customer-base hasn't been easy. Data coverage has a lot of (arguably) discrepancy across the country. There have been some improvements over the years, though operators need to improve the existing 2G and 3G coverage and services.Rather than deplying new technologies they must first improve their existing infrastructure as the condition of the the network is not good in Indian terrain.
Some of the common problems are:-
* 3G Signal on 4G Smartphones
Well, this is the most common problem faced by many users. Even after recharging for 4G services we get only 3G signals and even if we do get the signal the quality of service is not good.
* Slow Data Speeds
The main motto of a 4G network is to deliver high data speeds, however, many users are facing slow data speed issues, which is quite underwhelming.
* Call Drop Issues
When you are on a call and suddenly your network drops to 3G or 2G, then your call will also be disconnected, which is faced by many users.
->India's first true 4G entrant(Jio)
India’s telecom industry has seen intense competition, fuelled by the entry of Mukesh Ambani-backed Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. last year. Incumbent operators rushed to cut tariffs as Jio offered free services for the first six months, and then offered cut-rate data services. It also offered voice calls for free. The price wars left operators struggling to repay debt even as Reserve Bank of India urged banks to set aside higher provisions to deal with bad loans in the telecom sector.
Even though Jio provided the internet at the lowest rates possible but the quality of service offered by Jio is also not better than the existing players in the market. Sometimes the speed comes to as slow as 64kbps.
So, the need of the hour is to first improve the existing infrastructure and the old technologies. What will be the difference between 4G and 3G if the speed and quality of services offered are same.
I request the citizens of india to sign this petition in order to make the people aware of what they should actually be getting from the technology and not what they actually get.
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