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FCC rejects Starlink’s bid for rural internet subsidies due to its $600 satellite dish


The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has rejected Starlink’s application for $885 million in federal subsidies that it would use to provide satellite internet to broadband customers in rural areas. The FCC states that the SpaceX-owned company’s dish is simply too expensive and that Starlink …

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