Elon Musk Starlink will run the internet through satellite in mobile American government gave 180 days
Now PCMag reports that the US Federal Competition Commission has given Starlink permission to experiment with satellite connectivity in T-Mobile phones. According to the report, Starlink has been given time till June 14 i.e. 180 days to organize the pilot program.
According to the report, SpaceX had sought permission for the experiment, which has been approved. At present the company is providing satellite internet to broadband users through fixed satellite dishes. If the experiment of providing satellite internet in mobile is successful, then a new market will open for the company.
In a report last year, we told you that Starlink and T-Mobile are working on a project named 'Coverage Above and Beyond'. Its aim is to provide smartphone connectivity to T-Mobile customers everywhere.
At present, mobile network connectivity is a big problem. Especially in rural and remote areas, people have to face network problems. Due to lack of signal, people become cut off from the rest of the world. By solving this problem, Elon Musk wants to add another milestone in Starlink's satellite internet service. He wants to bring satellite internet facility in smartphones. For example, approximately 500,000 square miles (1.3 million square kilometers) in the US alone do not have any telecom operator's network. Satellite internet facility at these places can connect people to each other.
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