SpaceX Starlink Business Plan Now Available in France, Germany, Italy and the UK

SpaceX Starlink Business Plan Now Available in France, Germany, Italy and the UK

SpaceX’s Starlink Business service plan is now available in France, Germany, Italy and the UK, the company says on Twitter on Monday.

Potential users can register with Starlink Business using SpaceX website, and in the company’s frequently asked questions it is said that the service is able to serve small offices up to 10-20 users. Starlink Business offers download speeds up to 350Mbps with a latency of only 20-40ms.

Starlink launches Premium Business service level earlier this year requiring a $500 deposit, $2,500 hardware cost, and $500 per month for the service itself.

The premium business antenna is also larger than a conventional antenna, offering higher peak network throughput than conventional equipment.

SpaceX also introduced Starlink’s “Best Effort” service level for home users. to help with the huge number of customers waiting to receive satellite internet service. The service plan is temporary until SpaceX can meet its many service requests in certain busy areas.

SpaceX recently requested that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reinstate subsidies worth about $900. which the agency stopped providing to the company earlier this year.

Last month, SpaceX has also won a call to deploy Starlink satellites at lower altitudes. than it was done before.

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