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Satellite Internet To Replace Mobile Towers, Optical Fiber

Mobile towers and optical fiber are slowly being replaced by satellite connectivity due to interruption in internet and failure of optical fibre.

Edited By : News24 Desk | Updated: Nov 16, 2023 12:35 IST
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Using mobile phones without internet disruption has become convenient with the help of satellite connectivity. Mobile towers and optical fiber are slowly being replaced by satellite connectivity due to interruption in internet and failure of optical fiber. This has led to reduction in prices of satellite internet and increase in the demand for AI based smartphones.

The future of the mobiles are based on the satellite internet connection and mobile towers and optical fiber might gradually extinguish owing to its poor service. In fact, satellite connectivity has enabled smooth internet service in every season.

Earlier there was a myth that a bad weather, or any natural disaster like earthquake, flood might cause disruption in internet services, however, the situation has totally become different with the advent of satellite connectivity. Now one may not fear even if the optical fiber gets damaged.

However, disseminatinf internet throught satellite used to be time taking, but the situation has improved in gradual course of time. And the situation would be much better in the near future.

At present the cost of satellite internet is quite high. Satellite internet is offered by companies like Starlink, whose monthly subscription is around Rs 5000, but at present Starlink is the largest satellite internet provider company in the world. But Jio and Airtel have entered the fray to compete with Starlink. In such a situation, there is a possibility of reduction in the price of satellite internet.

Currently, the demand for AI based smartphones has increased. Recently Google Pixel 8 series has been launched, which is AI based. In such a situation, it is believed that the demand for AI based smartphones will increase more and more in the coming days.

First published on: Nov 16, 2023 12:34 PM IST

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