Inflation also affected the space: Starlink internet prices have skyrocketed!

    How much are Starlink internet prices? Elon Musk’s space company SpaceX has updated prices for the satellite internet Starlink.

    SpaceX’s broadband internet service Starlink has announced that it has updated its prices. In the new announcement sent to customers, it was stated that increasing inflation affected costs and therefore the prices of Starlink terminals and monthly services increased.

    According to the report by PC Mag, customers who want to pre-register and purchase the Starlink kit have to pay $549 (the old price was $499). In addition, new orders from March 23 will cost $ 599 .

    How much are Starlink internet prices?
    Recently, many sectors are going to price updates depending on inflation . SpaceX stated that inflation underlies some of the changes to be made in the satellite internet service Starlink. With the new update, the monthly fee of the internet service has increased from $ 99 to $ 110 .

    However, according to the note sent by SpaceX, customers can cancel their subscriptions at any time if they do not accept the increased prices , and also return their Starlink hardware for a refund of up to $200. Customers who purchased Starlink kits within the last 30 days will receive a full refund.

    In addition, it has been learned that Starlink Premium customers will not be affected by price increases. Launched earlier this year, the Premium service costs $2500 a kit and a monthly subscription fee of $500 . Preferred mostly by office users, Premium subscription promises 150-500 Mbps download/upload speed.

    The effective date of the new monthly fee will be determined by region, at least for the United States. Although Starlink does not say exactly when the update will end, there may be fluctuations in prices for a month. SpaceX talked about its investments in expanding Starlink’s capabilities in its statement:

    “Since we launched our public beta service in October 2020; The Starlink team has tripled the number of satellites in orbit, quadrupled the number of ground stations and made continuous improvements to our network.”

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