Starlink’s Internet Now Available In The Country of Georgia


Starlink’s high-speed internet is now available in the country of Georgia, according to a press statement from the company’s headquarters on Wednesday, November 1, 2023.

In 2021, SpaceX’s starlink showed interest in entering Georgia, during a meeting with top government officials who met with the SpaceX team in Los Angeles.

A delegation from the country was led by the Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, Irakli Nadareishvili, and the Chairman of the Innovation and Technology Agency, Avtandil Kasradze.


Approval of SpaceX operating license in Georgia

The 2021 meeting between the firm and Georgia yielded a positive result, following the granting of operating license to SpaceX Starlink on July 14, 2022. 

“Starlink is especially important and interesting in mountainous regions as well as in settlements without broadband internet coverage,”  The Georgian National Communications Commission (ComCom) was quoted as saying in 2022.


Georgia is a mountainous country that is located in the Caucasus in-between Eastern Europe and Western Asia along the Black Sea.

Its neighbors include Russia (to the north and east), Turkey (to the southwest), Armenia (to the south), and Azerbaijan to the southeast. said that

What this means for the people of Georgia

Residents in the country can easily access the network with a pizza-sized antenna mounted on the roof. The antenna communicates with the satellites in orbit.

Is Starlink in my country?

You can check on the company’s site or check our updated list of countries where high-speed internet is available

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The Starlink is SpaceX’s project owned by the world wealthiest Elon Musk.

The company aims to provide high-speed Internet in every part of the world, including remote and inaccessible locations.

Congratulations Georgia!

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