India will have 840mn 5G users by 2029, average consumption at 68GB per month: Ericsson Mobility Report
India will have 840mn 5G users by 2029, average consumption at 68GB per month: Ericsson Mobility Report

The latest Ericsson Mobility Report has projected that India will have a staggering 840 million 5G users by the year 2029. This exponential growth in the adoption of 5G technology is set to revolutionize the way people in India connect and communicate.

Significant Increase in Average Data Consumption

The report also highlights that the average data consumption per month per user in India is expected to reach an impressive 68GB by 2029. This surge in data usage can be attributed to the increasing popularity of streaming services, online gaming, video calls, and other data-intensive applications.

Impact on Network Infrastructure

With such a large number of users consuming high volumes of data, there will be a significant impact on network infrastructure in India. Telecom operators will need to continue investing in upgrading their networks to handle the increased traffic and provide reliable connectivity for users.

As per Nitin Bansal, Head of Network Solutions for South East Asia, Oceania and India at Ericsson:

“The deployment of 5G networks will enable new services and applications that will drive economic growth and improve digital inclusion across India. It is crucial for telecom operators to invest in robust network infrastructure to support this rapid transition to a more connected society.”

The Future of Connectivity in India

The proliferation of 5G technology is expected to bring about a host of benefits for consumers and businesses alike. From faster download speeds and reduced latency to support for emerging technologies like IoT and AR/VR, the possibilities are endless.

In conclusion, the Ericsson Mobility Report paints a promising picture for the future of connectivity in India. With an estimated 840 million 5G users by 2029 and an average data consumption of 68GB per month, it is clear that India is well on its way towards becoming a digital powerhouse.

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