With nearly 4 billion people in the world currently with no internet access, a Chinese company announced an important project to provide free internet access to the whole world.
The company’s aim is to ensure an internet connection from one satellite to other satellite, which has been experienced through a Space X rocket. As soon as satellite data is displayed on your phone, it ensures that you’re online.
LinkSure Network is planning to launch 272 satellites over the next eight years that will deliver Wi-Fi across the globe, connecting even the most remote locations to the internet for the first time ever and delivering Google, Amazon and EngineeringPro to a further 4 billion people.
Link Shaver Company has already earned a reputation by presenting the WiFi Master app. Now with the help of the Chinese Academy of Space, it is working on satellite systems.
At this time, four billion people in the world are missing internet access. Some organizations have counted the Internet in basic human rights and have emphasized reducing the difference between digital facilities in the world.
Although this is a billion of dollars plan, the company assumes that affiliates and application organizations will invest in it. Advertisements for free internet will be seen and all costs will be made from their earnings, but the initial estimate of the project is $ 43 crore.
Earlier the Google Project Lone also launched a plan to send WiFi signals to developing countries through hot balloons, but could not move forward but after the link Chevr project, hope has emerged that large population of the world is connected to the Internet.