Starlink Internet Services in India

How Elon Musk’s Starlink Can Change the Internet Services in India?

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In the current era, one can’t imagine a day without the internet. Over the past 2 decades, the number of internet users in India has increased drastically. Whether be it official work, ordering food, groceries, and other supplies, booking a cab for yourself, we do require internet service for our daily needs. It’s one of the most basic necessities that we all require. With the increase in users now more companies are stepping into the internet sector as there will be enough scope for growth in this industry. But a million-dollar question here is that are we as a user are satisfied with the quality of services? Well the answer you’ll get from most people could be mostly inclined towards ‘NO’. The Elon Musk-led company SpaceX is aiming to launch its Satellite-based Starlink Internet Services in India by 2022. The American Aerospace manufacturer and space transportation services company, SpaceX has listed few locations in India where the services will be provided in 1st phase.

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How to pre-book Starlink Internet Services in India?

Starlink Internet Services in India

Pre-booking Starlink is quite simple. You can do so by heading towards Starlink’s official website. The user would have to pay a deposit of approximately INR 7,300 for the Starlink kit. The kit includes a Wi-Fi router, power supply, cables, and mounting tripod. The company claimed on its website that during the beta version users can expect a data speed varying from 50Mb/s to 150Mb/s.

 The company has planned to launch 12,000 Starlink Satellites and has already placed over 1,000 of them space. However, Starlink is not the only company that is heading towards satellite-based internet. Hughes India, a subsidiary of Hughes Network System, recently planned to provide internet services to more than 5,000 villages in India. The company has tied up with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and will make use of their communication satellites, GSAT-19 & GSAT-11.

Also read: India and Japan unite for 5G technology



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