The Department of Telecommunications has cautioned the public not to subscribe to Starlink Internet Services’ marketed services, claiming that the company is not licenced to deliver satellite-based Internet services to the general public in India.

According to Siddhartha Pokharna, Deputy Director General, Rajasthan, providing satellite-based services in India requires a licence from the Department of Telecommunications, Government of India, but the company has yet to obtain such a license/authorization for the satellite-based internet services that are being booked on its website.

“As a result, the Government has requested that the Company conform with the Indian regulatory framework for offering satellite-based communication services and avoid from booking satellite internet services in India,” he said.

The public should not subscribe to Starlink services because the company is not a licensee, according to the officer.

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