Elon Musk will start to harvest all the investments put into building its Starlink internet service.

If you remember, Elon Musks’s SpaceX company has launched tons of Starlink satellites to provide internet access to those living on earth.

CNBC was able to obtain details about the Starlink service’s pricing from early users who got an email from the company. It reveals that the Starlink Internet service will cost USD99 (around Php4,800) per month.

It then requires a USD499 (around Php24,000) fee for users to obtain a starter kit, which consists of the necessary equipment to connect your home from the space satellites. That includes the terminal, a tripod, and the WiFi router itself.


Moreover, the Starlink up just went live on iOS and Android, revealing a couple of information about the service. We can’t find it in our iPhone’s App Store here in the Philippines, but it should be available in the United States and select markets, as a webpage version is now live. You can check the screenshots above.

Bear in mind that SpaceX is yet to confirm the official prices of the service.

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