SpaceX has previously released the public beta service of their Starlink Internet service to the United States. They call this Public Beta Service “Better Than Nothing”. SpaceX is currently expanding its service beyond the United States.
At the same time, SpaceX has expanded its StarLink satellite internet internationally, and Elon Musk’s company is now testing public access to services in Canada and the United Kingdom.
SpaceX has so far launched more than 1,000 Starlink satellites, aiming to build an interconnected Internet network with thousands of satellites designed to provide high-speed Internet access anywhere on Earth.
Starlink set up and ready to connect
SpaceX affiliates are registered in Austria, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, France, Chile, Colombia, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the Philippines, South Africa and Spain.
In the UK, this translates to a subscription fee of $ 439 per set and $ 89 per 150 megabits per second (Mbps). Some national providers offer speeds of up to 516 Mbps for $ 79 a month.