Elon Musk’s satellite Internet will soon work in Europe, Australia and South America


Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:49 pm

Next in line are India, South Africa, New Zealand and many more countries

Elon Musk’s SpaceX already has enough satellites in orbit to expand its satellite internet open beta program. Recall that since the end of last year, users of the United States, Canada, and Great Britain can try such Internet access to the Network, and soon people in other countries will be able to connect to it.

Elon Musk's satellite Internet
Elon Musk’s satellite Internet

Elon Musk’s satellite Internet will soon work in Europe, Australia, and South America

According to the source, SpaceX’s interaction with regulators in Mexico, Germany, Greece, France, Australia, Argentina, and Chile is full. This means that in these countries, the satellite Internet of the Starlink system will work soon. Probably by the end of the year.

The second line of countries – in which negotiations between SpaceX and local regulators have begun but are still at an early stage. These include the Caribbean, Austria, Spain, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Philippines, India, Japan, South Africa, Brazil, and Colombia. In these countries, documents have not yet been submitted to register SpaceX as an Internet service provider.

According to Elon Musk, regardless of the country or region, the cost of Internet access in the Starlink system will be the same for everyone. At the moment, it is $ 100 per month. Some movement is possible in terms of price, but they will be due only to local taxes or some other national pricing peculiarities for Internet providers.

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