Reliance to roll out 4G by April in AP

Reliance to roll out 4G by April in AP

Following a directive from Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu to the Reliance executives who met him recently to roll out 4G internet services in the state by April, Reliance will study the feasibility of launching the service.

The Chief Minister directed AP’s Director General of Police J V Ramudu to ensure the required permissions are granted to Reliance for 4G services, as the executives from the company Rajiv Luthra and Raghu Raja informed Naidu at their recent meeting that the company has 502 cellphone towers in the state and asked him to grant permission to upgrade the towers to offer high-speed internet services.

Stating that 4G services would play a crucial role in creating a smart Andhra Pradesh, the Chief Minister said 4G services will initially be provided in all hospitals and educational institutions.

He added that the state’s police could also use 4G services to bring down the crime rate.
Naidu said 4G services will be rolled out in three phases, with the first phase covering all municipalities in the state. He directed Reliance to ensure 4G services are available by April 1.

Chief Secretary I Y R Krishna Rao, Additional DG (Intelligence) AR Anuradha and other officials were present at the meeting.

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