Costa Rica to see Starlink in Q4

Costa Rica to see Starlink in Q4

The Costa Rican government reportedly gave permission for Elon Musk’s broadband provider Starlink to operate in the country in Q4 this year. 

CommsUpdate reported, that the 15-year license was approved by the regulator Superintendence of Telecommunications (Sutel) in July, and it will expire on August 9, 2028. 

Starlink is permitted to operate in the following frequencies: 14000MHz-14500MHz and 10700MHz-12700MHz.

In Latin America, Starlink operates in the Central American nations of El Salvador, Panama and Guatemala, Honduras will see access in Q4 this year and Belize is set for a 2024 launch. No plans for launch in Nicaragua. 

Starlink has a constellation of around 4,000 satellites in orbit with ambitions to boost that number to 42,000. Over 60 countries have authorised Starlink to offer broadband connectivity.

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