The federal government has given Elon Musk, the richest man in the world, permission to introduce his Starlink network in Nigeria.Information Guide Nigeria
The inventor of SpaceX will now face competition from MTN, Airtel, and a number of other companies for Nigeria’s sizable telecom industry.
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Following months of negotiations, the federal government had granted the billionaire’s company permission to conduct business in Nigeria, according to the announcement.
SpaceX manages Musk’s Starlink, a network of satellites that provide satellite Internet connectivity in 32 nations where its use is authorised.JAMB Result
It may be claimed that Nigerians will also benefit from a low-latency broadband network that has been tailored to process a large amount of data quickly.
Speaking, the Starlink satellite internet constellation, run by SpaceX, has been granted a licence by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), according to Nairametrics.
Following a trip to Nigeria by the company’s team in May of last year, this licencing was granted.