The maximum theoretical speed of 5G in India is expected to be similar to the global maximum theoretical speed of up to 20 gigabits per second (Gbps). However, as of May 2023, 5G networks have not been widely deployed in India yet. The rollout of 5G in India has been delayed due to various reasons, including delays in spectrum auctions and concerns over the availability of suitable 5G equipment.
Once 5G networks are available in India, the actual speeds that users can achieve will depend on various factors, including the availability and quality of 5G infrastructure in their area, the number of users on the network, and the capabilities of their devices.
It’s important to note that the actual speeds users can achieve on 5G networks will typically be lower than the theoretical maximum speeds, which are only achievable in ideal conditions. However, even at lower speeds, 5G is expected to significantly improve over 4G, including faster download and upload speeds, lower latency, and improved network reliability.