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Starlink to Start Services by the End of the Year

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Elon Musk's SpaceX, which provides the Starlink internet service, is nearing completion of its installation and the services is said to be effective by the end of the year. The internet service will be accessible to different parts of the world, especially to the people in remote areas.

The internet service will also be launched in India, with operations scheduled to begin next year.

The new satellite broadband provider claims to be able to double internet speeds to 300 Mbps. For the Starlink project, the company has currently offered speeds of 50 to 150 Mbps.
The business plans to use a network of 12,000 satellites to provide high-speed internet.
1200 satellites have also been launched into space, with more on the way.

Starlink is currently taking orders for Starlink services in India. Starlink is targeting coverage in your region in 2022, according to Pincode's official website in India. Orders will be handled in the order they are received. In India, this service is currently available for $ 99. We are willing to agree. It is possible to get a refund.

Musk recently shared a few updates on the latest and upcoming service, which is supposed to be affordable, in a tweet. According to Musk, the Starlink internet service will be entirely mobile by the end of the year.

In a reply to his followers, Musk tweeted that, "many more satellite launches and significant software updates are needed to achieve competitive coverage. Service availability, bandwidth, and latency are all steadily improving. It's unlikely that we'll be in beta this summer".

SpaceX has applied to the US Federal Communications Commission for permission to connect the Starlink satellite Internet network to heavy vehicles such as trucks and ships.
Musk did announce, however, that the Starlink satellite Internet network was not linked to Tesla vehicles by SpaceX.

In a reply to his followers, Musk tweeted that "many more satellite launches and significant software updates are needed to achieve competitive coverage. Service availability, bandwidth, and latency are all steadily improving. It's unlikely that we'll be in beta this summer".

“I'm not connecting Tesla's car to Starlink because the terminal is too large. It's for planes, ships, big trucks, and RVs,” he explained in a tweet.

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