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Now you will get high speed internet in any environment, JIO satellite service has been approved in this area of ​​Gujarat

Reliance Jio is all set to bring its satellite internet service to India. According to a recent report, Reliance Industries subsidiary Jio Platforms has been given the green light by Indian regulatory authorities to launch satellite internet service.
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There is a good news for Jio users. Reliance Jio is all set to bring its satellite internet service to India. According to a recent report, Reliance Industries subsidiary Jio Platforms has been given the green light by Indian regulatory authorities to launch satellite internet service. According to a Reuters report, Jio Platforms along with Luxembourg's SES has received approval from the Space Authority of India to operate satellites in the country.

Even though Orbit Connect India has received permission to deploy satellites in Indian airspace, it still needs approval from the Department of Telecom to officially launch its services. Let us tell you that OneWeb, backed by Eutelsat's Bharti Enterprises, got all the approvals last year.

According to Pawan Goenka, chairman of IN-SPACE, Inmarsat – another company aiming to provide high-speed satellite-based internet – has also received approval to operate a satellite in India. Two other companies – Elon Musk's Starlink and Amazon.com's Kuiper – have also applied for approval, Goenka said.

Getting approved for satellite internet service in India is a bit difficult

Last year, the government introduced a draft bill for the telecommunications sector, proposing a licensing approach for satellite internet services and allowing companies to allocate spectrum without bidding.

In contrast to the common global approach to satellite communications (satcom) spectrum allocation, companies such as Jio and Vodafone Idea in India favor a system based on satellite communications (satcom). These companies argue that spectrum allocation should follow the Supreme Court's 2012 order “Same Service, Same Rules” principle.

Service will be available here in Gujarat

Airtel, on the other hand, expressed concern that the auction would hurt local companies and benefit global players, allowing them to dominate the market. Similarly, Elon Musk's Starlink, Amazon's Project Kuiper, Telesat and Bharti-backed OneWeb all argue that auctions will increase service costs for consumers. This service has been performed live in Gir National Park of Gujarat. After approval from the government, it can now be rolled out for users and for corporates.

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