Musk’s SpaceX Starlink service will start in 32 countries including India

Elon Musk, the richest man in the world, is well known for his satellite-based SpaceX enterprise. Starlink, a satellite internet service offered by Space-X, is now accessible in 32 nations around the world, according to a recent tweet from the firm. We should also mention that India's name is now included in the list of these nations.

The launch of Elon Musk's company's satellite Internet service, Starlink, has also been announced for a number of international locations. Recently, Starlink was made available for 32 nations around the world, according to a tweet from SpaceX. This information, including the names of the 32 countries that make up this group, is available.

As we were just telling you which nations the Starlink service would be available, specific information has been provided in a map provided in the tweet. Different shades of blue have been used to represent the various nations on this global map. Here, the countries with light blue borders indicate that the Starlink network is accessible. According to the corporation, orders for the network can be placed right away. Let us also mention that India is currently classified as a "Coming Sun" nation.

Let us inform you that Starlink considers India to be a significant and large market, and that pre-orders for the company's service for Indian users began just last year. However, the government sent a directive to the Starlink corporation in November 2021 of the previous year informing it that, in accordance with the law, the company must obtain a licence from the government before accepting Starlink reservations. Due to this government's directive, the company cancelled all pre-orders and gave the customers their money back.

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