Since last year, SpaceX’s StarLink satellite internet public trial has been available and users can access it for a monthly fee of $ 99. It is now known that this service has more than 10,000 users.
More than 10,000 Starlink satellite Internet users in the United States and other countries were recently released to the Federal Communications Commission by a company led by Ilan Musk. In addition, it announced the achievement of download and upload speeds of 100 and 20 Mbps, and announced a delay of less than 31 milliseconds.
Space X in New data Announces improved satellite internet performance:
“Starlink performance is not theoretical or experimental and is improving momentarily as part of a general testing program.”
Last year, SpaceX launched a public trial of the Starlink service in the United States, offering the service for $ 99 a month. In addition to the subscription fee, individuals must pay $ 499 to purchase the service’s basic equipment kit, which includes a user terminal and a Wi-Fi router to connect to satellites.
The company now offers satellite internet service to some customers in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. SpaceX has more than 1,000 satellites in Earth orbit to provide such a service and has formed a satellite constellation. Nearly two years ago, the company was able to launch 11,943 satellites from SpaceX and wants to have more than 4,000 satellites in orbit by 2024.
SpaceX is looking to make changes to Starlink satellites, an issue that has provoked a backlash from competitors, especially Amazon, and in recent weeks we have seen discussions between the company managed by Ilan Musk and other companies. Although SpaceX wants to improve its service performance by reducing the height of its satellites, many users are already satisfied with it.