5G can be online for most of the Indian by February 2022 or max by March 2022 by Prime Minister Modi. Because every one is taking about this questions that what is the 5g release date in India? It might be some delay as per the Uttar Pradesh Vidhansabha Election 2022. Because UP is key location for Indian politics. So, delay can cause or might be before than that. It's a big achievement of any government to accomplish latest technology adoption during timeline. Who will win the market share of 5G? 5G have a big scope of earning data packs by any telecom companies like Jio and Airtel. These are the leading companies into the market where everyone is using the services for these companies for internet services or broadband. So, as per the testing phase, here are the below reports for Airtel 5G and Jio 5G testing report card: 5G Release Date In India Jio In AGM, annual grand meeting in Reliance 2021, Mukesh ambani released a 5G version based mobile phone in public market to use. Because reliance is sure about the release date of 5G in India by December 2021 as per the Jio telecom reports. They are processing the market share. Many users are getting great response on it. However there were news that due to 5G testing, radiation affected many telecom engineers while testing and they passed away due to effect of rays (it's just a humor, we don't have any authentic sources for it). But now everything seems fine. Reliance is ready to serve the services by Jan 2022. 5G Release Date In India Airtel 5G market share capture, there are only Jio and Airtel and as per the report, Airtel testing is best performing. As per the Jharkhand forest testing. 5G of Airtel networks are installed and tested best at their location without any issue. However Airtel is leading for broadband connection telecom service provider in India for now. Everybody is working on work from home method. And companies are paying for the plan. So, net connection is perfect and seem awesome. It' depends on the situation of the network delivery and release dates by both companies.