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Poland handed over 1,570 more Starlink terminals to Ukraine

Nov 10, 2022

Poland has transferred another 1,570 terminals Starlink to Ukraine - the network wants to deploy throughout Ukraine, so that even during the blackout Ukrainians had connections, as well as in trains in Ukrzaliznytsia.

This is reported by the press service of the Ministry of Digital Transformation.

Now the terminals help Ukrainians keep in touch in the de-occupied territories and in combat zones. As noted in the Ministry of digital, the liberated towns and villages thanks to the terminals will work public Wi-Fi points, where residents will be able to gather and connect to the Internet.

"We also plan to deploy the Starlink network not only in the de-occupied territories but also in all cities of Ukraine. This is necessary so that people have access to communication even during a blackout," - said the Ministry of Digital. "In addition, we will provide terminals to Ukrzaliznytsia, so that passengers and employees will be connected on the road.

Author - Olena Madiak, 10/11/2022

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