Elon Musk has made a new announcement regarding his ambitious project Starlink v2. Musk has tweeted that he will launch Starlink V2 by next year. This will make the network available directly to the mobile phone. Through this we will deliver mobile network even in the dead zone of the world. That is, every corner of the world will now have access to mobile networks.
Musk further wrote in his tweet that we will provide connectivity of 2 to 4 Mbits per cell zone. This will work great for voice calls and text messages, but it won’t for high bandwidth.
T-Mobile and SpaceX’s Partnership in Starlink satellite internet T-Mobile has announced a partnership with Musk’s SpaceX Starlink Satellite Internet. T-Mobile has said that we will soon get rid of the mobile dead zone of the world. Thanks to a new partnership with SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet.
T-Mobile said this at an event hosted by T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert and Elon Musk. He said that mobile phones will be able to connect to satellites and with a second connection at 2 to 4 megabytes, they will be able to connect to any corner of the world.
Plan to launch service with T-Mobile
According to Musk, second-generation Starlink satellites launching next year will be able to broadcast service using part of T-Mobile’s mid-band PCS spectrum. Musk said the new satellites have “big, very large antennas” that will enable new connections. There are plans to launch this device using its upcoming Starship rocket.