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TATA is planning to enter into mobile and telecom sector via TATA Satellite Internet Service – Know More

Post after the two failed ventures of TATA Group in telecommunication i.e. TATA Indicom, and TATA DOCOMO. Group is planning to re-enter into mobile and telecom sector. India has the highest internet data consumption in the world. Also, India is a big market for electronic products like smartphones, laptop tablets, and smart TVs. Perhaps this is the reason why Tata Group is slowly making its way into the world of mobile and the internet. This decision of the Tata group can give a big blow to Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio and Elon Musk’s Starlink project.

Let us tell you that while Jio is vigorously rolling out Jio Fiber broadband service in India, on the other hand, Elon Musk is going to launch its Starlink service in India soon. But in the meantime, the news of Tata Group launching a broadband service may increase the tension of Elon Musk and Jio. Musk has also started pre-booking for the Starlink service. This is expected to provide 150Mbps speed by 2022. Along with this, Airtel can also start satellite internet service by 2022.

Let us tell you that 5G equipment is already being manufactured by the Tata Group. Also, the company has announced to make semiconductors, which will be used in mobiles and other electronic devices. Apart from this, now the news of the launch of high-speed internet broadband service from the Tata group has been leaked. According to media reports, Tata Group’s Nelco ltd can launch a satellite broadband service in India by 2024. Is in talks with Telesat about this. Telesat has a large satellite broadband plan.

It has been announced by the Tata Group to enter the 5G equipment manufacturing business with an investment of $100 billion. With this, India will be able to get home 5G equipment with the indigenous technology of 5G. For this, the company will form a separate venture named Tata Digital Business. Company chairman N. Chandrasekaran said that many countries including India are completely dependent on China for other electronic equipment including semiconductors.

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