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Israel launched a satellite internet service on Wednesday to compete with Starlink’s launch of a global satellite messaging service.

The announcement came in a statement from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office, which said that the service would be launched on Friday and provide a fast, reliable, affordable and secure service to users in Israel and the territories.

It will be launched using the Eutelsat-4 satellite communications constellation, which includes a new high-speed fiber-optic network and a fiber-to-the-node network, which will be used by users to access the service.

Israel is the first country to launch a satellite Internet service using a new fiber-based network and fiber-tethering technology.

The prime minister said in a speech on Wednesday that the new service will allow users in the Middle East and Africa to access digital information through a satellite.

Netanyahu said the service will be made available by the end of the year.

“The launch of this service will open up a new digital era for Israel,” Netanyahu said in the statement.

“It will also provide a vital service for the Israeli people, especially the underserved population living in the coastal communities and the rural areas.”

The service is expected to provide fast, secure, affordable, and reliable services to Israeli and Israeli-Arab citizens living in Israel.

Netayahu, who heads the National Security Council, said in his speech that the government would work with the European Commission and other international organizations to help develop and launch the service in Israel.

“The launch is an important step toward creating a digital economy for Israel and for the entire Middle East region, which has long lacked access to high-quality Internet services,” he said.

“Israel is a global leader in creating a sustainable digital economy that enables Israel to meet its own national security needs and its own economic needs.

Israel’s success will be a source of inspiration for the region, and we are confident it will inspire other countries to take similar steps.”