Elon Musk’s SpaceX satellite venture will begin testing its Starlink satellite-to-cell service with T-Mobile this year as part of a plan to cover mobile dead zones and potentially improve data speeds and eliminate service interruptions.

SpaceX and T-Mobile announced a partnership last August with the goal of eliminating mobile dead zones, among other possible advantages for improved data rates.

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According to a CNBC report, SpaceX Vice President of Starlink enterprise sales Jonathan Hofeller told the conference that the company passed the 1 million Starlink broadband-by-satellite user mark in December and is manufacturing six second-generation satellites per day at its facility near Seattle.

The company is also reportedly producing thousands” of user terminals per day.

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