Elon Musk's Starlink to offer NZ service - report

Staff reporters
Wed, 14 Oct 2020

Staff reporters
Wed, 14 Oct 2020
Starlink, the subsidiary of Elon Musk’s SpaceX that puts satellites into low orbit to provide internet access, has recently registered as a company in New Zealand.According to a report in Tesmanian, the company was originally registered in-country on Sept. 23, 2019 as Tibro New Zealand. An Oct. 2 filing of a company name change to Starlink New Zealand was reportedly prompted by the successful obtaining of a NZ telecommunications licence, though this is unconfirmed.Unlike traditional communications satellites that orbit the earth at more t...

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