Musk’s Starlink interested in offering Internet on flights in Brazil, according to Anatel

Last month, Starlink reached an agreement with Hawaiian Airlines to provide the service free of charge on domestic flights in the U.S. territory and on the company's international flights to Oceania and Asia.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Following the trip to Brazil by billionaire Elon Musk, owner of Tesla, Starlink, and SpaceX, the president of the national telecommunications authority Anatel, Carlos Manuel Baigorri, told columnist Malu Gastar of O Globo newspaper that the businessman is also interested in offering Internet . . .

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