Starlink satellite internet service from SpaceX is now available in 32 countries worldwide. Most importantly, the supply of receiving and transmitting stations has begun, allowing those who wish to connect to the network via satellite, bypassing any potential bottlenecks, to place an order for a dish.
Starlink shared on twittera screenshot of a world map showing areas where satellite Internet is already available. North America and Europe are the primary markets, but it is also available in parts of South America, Australia, and New Zealand. Starlink satellites will soon cover almost all of South America, Africa, the Middle East, India, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia.
Russia and China are not on the map.
SpaceX continues to launch dozens of Starlink satellites into orbit on a regular basis. More than 2000 satellites are currently in the constellation, but this is only a small part of the plan to deploy a dense network.
Starlink’s starter kit costs $600, with monthly usage costing $110.