Elon Musk Launched Starlink in Indonesia



Elon Musk just announced something huge for Indonesia! SpaceX‘s Starlink satellite internet service has officially landed in the country, bringing better connectivity to remote areas. Musk himself shared the exciting news on his social media platform X (formerly Twitter), expressing his pride in launching Starlink in Indonesia.

This move by SpaceX is a game-changer, especially for regions with limited internet access. Known for its advanced satellites, is already making waves in Southeast Asia, having established its presence in Malaysia and the Philippines.

The recent launch saw Starlink services inaugurated at three health centers across Indonesia, including locations in Bali and the remote island of Aru in Maluku. Before rolling out its services, Musk secured the necessary permits, including one to operate as an internet service provider for regular consumers.

With approximately 60% of the world’s satellites under its belt, SpaceX’s Starlink is a heavyweight in the satellite internet industry.

This isn’t just about internet access; it’s about bridging gaps and empowering communities. In places like Ukraine, it’s not just civilians using the satellite but also the military, hospitals, businesses, and aid organizations.

As it expands its reach, what’s next for global connectivity? Have you tried connecting to a Starlink satellite?