Elon Musk’s Starlink launches global roaming service

Elon Musk‘s Starlink satellite internet system has recently launched its new global roaming service, Starlink Roam, that allows customers to access the internet from anywhere in the world where the service is available. Starlink Roam offers customers a global roaming option that has been designed to replace unreliable or unavailable internet connections in areas all over the world.

The service requires customers to pay a one-time cost of $599 for portable hardware or $2,500 for in-motion hardware, with the option of regional roaming or global roaming for $200 per month. It should be noted that the service does not provide users with satellite internet connection in a moving vehicle; for such a service, customers are still required to purchase the company’s $2,500 Flat High Performance terminal.

Starlink Roam emerged last month when social media users shared screenshots of a letter from SpaceX inviting them to try the satellite internet system’s new service. At the time, Starlink’s global roaming was only listed as available in the United States; with the formal announcement, however, other regions like the Philippines also appear to be included.

Since its launch, Starlink has achieved a milestone of over 1,000,000 active subscribers. With SpaceX continuing to launch more Starlink satellites to orbit and the service being extended to more areas across the globe, the number of subscribers is only expected to grow. The introduction of Starlink Roam makes it even more accessible and convenient to access the internet from anywhere in the world.

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