According to the report, the corporation would also ask the government for legal authorizations for landing privileges and market access.
Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, plans to apply for a licence to launch Starlink satellite internet services in India. According to a story published by Economic Times on Wednesday, it is regarded as the third company to seek such a permission.
In order to build up local gateways, the corporation would also reportedly ask the government for statutory licences for landing rights and market access, particularly from the Department of Telecommunication (DoT).
Starlink has been ordered by the Indian government to cancel all of its pre orders from earlier this year until it is granted permission to do business there.
It is also said that SpaceX will submit an application to Indian authorities very soon for a licence to provide Global Mobile Personal Communications By Satellite (GMPCS) services. OneWeb and Reliance Jio’s satellite division both previously submitted applications for the licence.