Singareni colonies ready for 4G services

Published on May 24, 2015 03:27:00 AM
Cities

Reliance Jio 4G services is ready for launching its services in Ramagundam and Singareni colonies. With the completion of the underground cable works, 23 towers and the necessary equipment are being installed at Ramagundam residential area. Reliance Jio has plans to start 4G services this year covering all states, 5,000 towns and major cities, accounting over 90 percent of urban India. The application allows internet-based calls as well.

Reliance Jio has further 800 MHz spectrum band airwaves in 10 circles and additional 1800 MHz in six circles, for boosting its 4G services with stable voice calling service with an investment of Rs 10,077.53 crore. Reliance Jio Infocomm in May second week informed media that it raised Rs 4,500 crore loan that will be used to finance goods and services from Samsung Electronics and Ace Technologies Corporation, which are basically for building its infrastructure.

Singareni is extending its branches to Ramagundam municipal corporation, in the very nearest residential neighbourhood, where these kind of tower mountings became a technical threat to domestic life. Installation Mast Engineer spoke to Metro India saying this underground optical fibre is connected parallel with the broadcasting tower to regulate even distribution of signals. It supports when the cable accidentally damages or disconnects the web.

Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that fears of mobile towers which is affecting health is not true, adding that reports from the World Health Organisation do not substantiate the claim. "25,000 new towers will be erected by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited, setting 800 to 900 extra towers in Delhi and Mumbai," he said. "For developing infrastructure, we need towers," Prasad said.