The Indian government has advised citizens not to rush to become users of the Internet access service provided by the Starlink system. The fact is that the enterprise owned by the aerospace company SpaceX of billionaire Elon Musk (Elon Musk) does not have a license to operate in the country.
In a government statement released yesterday, Starlink was ordered to abide by the rules and refrain from “immediately booking / providing satellite internet services in India.”
Starlink registered its business in India on November 1st. She has already started an advertising campaign and pre-sale of her services.
Reuters was unable to obtain Starlink comment on this situation.