Starlink Is ALMOST Live.. Here’s What You Need To Know!
Welcome back to Tech Hype, today on the channel we are going to talk about SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says Starlink internet service leaving beta in October. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweeted Friday that the company’s Starlink satellite internet network would come out of its open beta phase next month. This is two months later than the August date Musk gave at Mobile World Congress, when he also said he expected the service to have “possibly over 500,000 users within 12 months.”
According to The Verge, the Starlink system calls for a constellation of nearly 12,000 satellites in low-Earth orbits that will beam continuous broadband internet service. A terminal costs $499 and there’s a $99 monthly fee for service. It opened its public beta test in October 2020, and Musk said in August that SpaceX had shipped 100,000 Starlink terminals, which includes a satellite dish and a Wi-Fi router, to users in 14 countries. As the beta ends and more countries are able to get access to Starlink, that 100,000 number is likely to grow, although it is hard to tell when it might reach the half-million mark that Musk predicted. Starlink’s internet service is planned to be sold directly to consumers in rural areas around the world, among other customers, and it touts 100Mbps download and 20Mbps upload speeds. Reviews of the Starlink service so far have been mixed, however. Finish this video to know more details on Starlink internet service leaving beta in October.
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Elon Musk says Starlink will exit beta in October
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says Starlink internet service leaving beta in October