Amazon seems to have found a new market to launch its internet service in.

According to job listings, the American e-commerce group is looking to hire managers in India to launch their internet service in the country.

The position in Bengaluru is looking for a manager to execute and handle the project's licensing strategy in India and Asia-Pacific countries. The broadband service will be launched and operated by the company's Country Development team.

A successful candidate will be both entrepreneurial and highly analytical, able to work extremely effectively in a matrix organization and know how to create innovative, cutting edge solutions for our customers.

The company, which has been said to be working on launching its internet service in India for more than a year, did not reply to a request for comment.

Amazon plans to deploy a massive broadband satellite internet constellation in order to take on Starlink. The company plans to invest over $10 billion in the project and provide affordable broadband to unserved and underserved communities around the world.

The company was approved by the FCC to launch and operate over 3000 internet satellites. According to the company, the U.S. could be the first market where they roll out their internet.

In April, Amazon announced its partnership with commercial space companies Arianespace, Blue Origin, and United Launch Alliance to secure up to 83 launches for its low-Earthorbit.

Even though India is the second largest internet market, less than half of its population uses the internet.

Tech giants have tried to launch their internet services in India.

Starlink plans to have 200,000 terminals in India by the end of the year. After failing to get the local government's approval, the company abandoned the project in India.

OneWeb is one of the key players to launch their satellite broadband services in India. The Indian Space Research Organisation has a partnership with New Space.

High-speed internet via satellites in India is being considered by a group of companies. Reliance Jio has a partnership with SES for its satellite-based broadband service.

The Director General of the Indian Space Association said in an interview that broadband satellite communication would be available by next year.

The IsPA was launched last year. As a collective voice of the Indian space industry, it engages with both government and its agencies.

The New Space Policy is likely to be announced by the government.

Market forces and volumes will overcome the costs of the initial broadband services by the constellation. He said that in the future satcom broadband will be called "Fiber in the Sky" and will provide seamless communication to the user.