Starlink proposes to establish internet services in Bangladesh by 2023

Elon Musk’s Starlink, a worldwide satellite internet service provider, is expected to launch its operations in Bangladesh by 2023.

According to Starlink’s official website, the business has begun collecting pre-orders from Bangladesh in this regard.


Starlink manufacturer SpaceX announced on its official Twitter account that the internet service is now accessible in 32 nations. When it comes to Starlink availability, it has Bangladesh tagged as “coming soon.”

A deposit cost of $99. is displayed when Bangladesh is entered as a pre-order service address on the website. It also displays a notice stating that service in the region would be expanded in 2023.


It further stated that availability is subject to regulatory clearance and that orders will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis within each service region.

What is Starlink?


SpaceX’s Starlink subsidiary wants to deliver high-speed, low-latency internet to people all around the planet. Starlink services, according to studies, are particularly successful in distant locations and areas with limited internet connectivity.

Starlink boosts internet connections all around the world by using the above satellites. A satellite dish and a router are included with purchasing a Starlink subscription. The user may then configure the gadgets to receive signals from space at home.

The dish may be mounted on the roof or in the garden, and the router is simply attached to it. A Starlink home system is meant to be as simple to set up as necessary, with an Android and iOS app that may assist customers in finding the best site to put the satellite dish.


As per SpaceX, Starlink now offers download speeds of 150 Mbps and upload speeds of 20 Mbps, with a latency of fewer than 30 milliseconds. The internet speed should quadruple to around 300 Mbps if more satellites are deployed.

In May of this year, the very first Sixty Starlink satellites were launched into space. Around 2,000 Starlink satellites have been deployed since then, and the internet service is currently available in 32 nations worldwide.