Affordable Internet Service Starlink Now Available in Fiji: Musk

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that Starlink, the affordable satellite internet service, is now accessible in Fiji, following its recent launch in Indonesia. Musk emphasized the transformative impact of bringing connectivity to remote areas, citing improved access to education and economic opportunities.

In a tweet, Musk confirmed the availability of Starlink in Fiji, extending the service to more than 300 islands in the Republic of Fiji. This expansion marks Starlink's presence in its 99th country, territory, or market worldwide, showcasing its global reach and commitment to bridging the digital divide.

The previous day, Musk inaugurated Starlink Internet service in Indonesia, expressing confidence in its potential to benefit communities globally. He underscored its significance in enhancing healthcare and education through digitalization initiatives.

During the launch event, Musk met with Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe at the 10th 'World Water Forum' conference in Indonesia. Wickremesinghe expressed interest in implementing Starlink service in Sri Lanka, emphasizing the government's commitment to expediting the application process to connect the country to Starlink's global network.

Musk's meeting with Wickremesinghe highlights the growing interest from governments in leveraging Starlink to enhance connectivity and digital infrastructure. As Starlink continues to expand its reach, it promises to revolutionize internet access in underserved regions, empowering communities with the tools for socio-economic development.

The collaboration between Tesla, SpaceX, and global leaders underscores a shared vision of leveraging technology to address global challenges and drive progress towards a more connected and digitally inclusive world.