Musk’s Space-X Starlink service will be launched in 32 countries including India

SpaceX’s satellite Internet service Starlink is now available in 32 countries around the world. The company has announced this through its official Twitter account. Starlink shared a screenshot of the service on Twitter. This includes a map showing service availability in most parts of Europe and North America, as well as parts of South America, […]
 


Musk’s Space-X Starlink service will be launched in 32 countries including India

SpaceX’s satellite Internet service Starlink is now available in 32 countries around the world. The company has announced this through its official Twitter account. Starlink shared a screenshot of the service on Twitter. This includes a map showing service availability in most parts of Europe and North America, as well as parts of South America, Australia and New Zealand.

Although SpaceX was only available in 25 countries, it will now be available in 32 countries by 2023. The company said that in the year 2022, Starlink service will be available in 25 countries. It is being said that by the end of the year, the list may get longer. Starlink will benefit remote consumers who do not have cable internet. Let us tell you that SpaceX has already launched several Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites to strengthen its Starlink network.

The map shared on Twitter reads, Coming soon, in which countries these services will be available. Let us tell you that Starlink is facing difficulties in providing its services for the last few months, due to which customers are continuously complaining about it. However, the company took these complaints seriously, following which Starlink tweeted about the shipping.

India was considered one of the major markets for the Starlink service. At the same time, the company has started taking pre-orders here. However, Starlink has been warned by the government and its pre-orders have been put on hold. The government says that the company will have to take a license before booking. At the same time, the government talked about refunding the money to those customers who had pre-ordered the company’s services.