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Get ready for 5G services
1/20/2023 10:46:16 PM

Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has announced that 5G services will reach Jammu and Kashmir soon.
The arrival of the 5G services will boost the internet connectivity in the Union Territory and would make things faster for the IT companies operating in J&K.
The Internet has emerged as the most important tool for connectivity in the modern era. In the present day world no one can think about life without an internet as it’s used everywhere.
India has turned digital under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The digital transactions and payments have revolutionized the very idea of transactions in India and have played a vital role in boosting the economy of the country.
Since the day PM Modi has taken over the reins of the country he has emphasized on the need to make the best use of technology.
The 5G services have been rolled out in many places across the country and now J&K is getting ready for the same. The mobile service providers have announced that the 5G services will soon be activated in the Union Territory.
After the abrogation of Article 370 on August 5, 2019, the internet services were snapped in Jammu and Kashmir for nearly five months but after these services returned there have been no disruptions. The trouble mongers who used to misuse the internet and create disturbances have been taken care off.
The internet has become the lifeline of all the businesses in Jammu and Kashmir as maximum of the transactions are taking place through the internet.
Most services being provided by the government have become online. Now people don’t have to stand outside the government offices to get their grievances redressed. They can log in to the grievance redressal portals and get their issues addressed.
In a nutshell, the internet has been a driving force and with the advent of 5G services it would become more vibrant and effective. J&K is gearing up to enter into the 5G mode. The IT sector is showing a very robust and consistent growth. Use of the best of the technologies is ensuring responsive, transparent and easily accessible governance.
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