Elon Musk to launch Starlink in Pakistan

LAHORE: Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SpaceX, Elon Musk, is all set to launch Starlink in Pakistan to provide “fastest internet”. 

According to reports, Elon Musk’s SpaceX, the Ministry of Information Technology, and Telecom Pakistan have planned to launch Starlink’s Satellite Broadband Internet across Pakistan.

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A delegation consisting of Director Middle East & Asia Ryan Goodnight and Head of Global Site Acquisition Ben Macwilliam, called on Syed Amin ul Haque, Minister of Information Technology and Telecom to discuss the policy operation model.

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According to the spokesperson of the IT Minister, Federal Minister Aminul Haq said that the project would not only benefit the areas where there is no internet facility but also extend beyond broadband to 40,000 schools and businesses across the country. There will be opportunities to grow.

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According to reports of Gulf News, in the likelihood that the initiative is approved, Starlink will connect rural communities to “high-speed internet through a network of satellites”.

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On the other hand, the delegation of the company said that Starlink is already registered in Pakistan while its offices will be opened here soon.

It should be noted that this will be Starlink’s first project in South Asia in the form of the Ministry’s vision of “Broadband for All” and the Prime Minister’s vision of “Digital Pakistan”.

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