Reliance Jio Experiences Significant Outages In Several Metro Cities
According to sources, users from all around the nation complained on social media sites that they couldn't access the Jio network.
NEW DELHI: Reliance Jio customers experienced a significant outage on Wednesday as a result of network issues in some of India's largest cities. According to Down Detector, the outage is affecting a number of locations, including Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Chennai.
56 percent of users, according to Down Detector, said they were having problems with their mobile internet, 35 percent said they were having trouble getting a signal, and 9 percent said they were having problems with their cell phones. Users from all around the nation complained on social media sites that they couldn't access the Jio network.
"@jio @jiocare in jio network I am facing an issue for 1 week. no network, call drop, no voice After receiving call" a user tweeted.
"@JioCare internet not working since yesterday night. Not able to register a complaint on Jio Application nor customer care responding. The application states no outage," another user wrote on Twitter.
Jio Fiber issues have also been reported by certain consumers in the interim. "The Jio Fiber device has not been functioning properly for a few hours, with a constant blinking red light that briefly turns green before blinking red again. The rest of the information was supplied via DM. Help is needed immediately." Said a user.
Earlier, Reliance Jio, the well-known Indian telecom provider that has set up 5G SA (standalone) network services in numerous cities, has also partnered with ILBS (Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences). Through the cooperation, ILBS will be able to access Jio's 5G network and use it for cutting-edge medical technology. In addition to having extremely low latency, 5G claims to support real-time engagement and data exchange. Healthcare providers can benefit from Jio's 5G.
At the India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2022 in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, Reliance Jio also demonstrated the 5G linked ambulance use case. If used well, the upcoming 5G technology has the potential to be a game-changer for the healthcare industry. The convergence of 5G and healthcare was on display at the IMC 2022 by all Indian telecom providers, including Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea (Vi).