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In India, they could not ban Elon Musk’s satellite Internet, but asked not to use it

The authorities say that Starlink has no license to operate space satellites as the reason. At the same time, the company actively advertises its services, calling its activities an opportunity for people living in the most remote corners of the planet to have high-quality and high-speed Internet, and has already begun to receive pre-orders for connection.

Starlink currently operates in 20 countries. At the moment, there are about 2 thousand Internet satellites in orbit. In the future, the company plans to increase their number to 30 thousand.

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