SpaceX’s Starlink satellite high-speed internet service has received over 500,000 preorders and sees no technical difficulty meeting the demand. Founder Elon Musk, in a Tweet, said “the only limitation is a high density of users in urban areas.” The new launch date of the service is yet to be announced. The commercial Starlink services were supposed to start in 2020. SpaceX plans to deploy 12,000 satellites at the cost of roughly $10 bn to enter into the competitive space.