The company called it a “global roaming service” and said it would cost $200 per month in addition to the basic Starlink package, which costs $599.
But there are nuances – Starlink, in its message to users, states that they should expect Starlink’s high speed with low latency; this will sometimes be interrupted by short-term poor or no connectivity, over time the situation should “improve significantly”.
It is not entirely clear how Starlink will deliver on its promise of providing nearly ubiquitous internet, as in some countries the company still awaits government approval to operate, and in others it does not exist at all.
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