Elon Musk’s company Starlink Internet satellite provides internet service. Through this, the best internet service is also available in such areas where there is no fiber internet infrastructure. But even after starting all all-nine bookings of Starlink in India, it did not get the necessary permission.
SpaceX satellite internet service Starlink announced on Friday that it is now available in 32 countries. Earlier this year, its presence was reported in 25 countries. Billionaire Elon Musk’s Starlink offers high-speed broadband internet around the world. It has more than 250,000 users globally.
The company revealed on Twitter that its services are “available” in Europe and North America as well as parts of South America, Australia, and New Zealand. It has also revealed that it will ship its service to these places instantly.
The company said in a tweet that Starlink is now available in 32 countries around the world. Starlink will be sent immediately to people who order from areas marked as ‘Available’.
In June last year, Musk had claimed that Starlink would spread within months across the world, including India. But his plan to make a place in India was dashed.
Starlink registered its business in India through a local entity, Starlink Satellite Communications, and aims for a rollout in April. But the Department of Telecommunications under the Ministry of Communications had in December warned Starlink of obtaining the necessary permissions to offer satellite-based internet services in India.
The government asked Starlink to stop the ‘booking/rendering’ of satellite internet services in India without a license. Starlink later announced that it would be applying for a commercial license in India by January 31, which has not yet happened.
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According to a report by the Rest of the World, according to Cloudflare and self-reported data on Reddit, so far about 80 percent of Starlink users are located in North America, while 18 percent of others are in Australia, New Zealand, and Europe. Only two percent of its users live beyond of western countries.
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