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SpaceX seems to be preparing to offer global roaming.As first reported by , The company recently launched an email inviting customers in countries where Starlink service is not yet available to try out a new $200/month package that allows its devices to provide internet access “from almost anywhere in the world.” Did.
As , it is not clear how SpaceX will live up to its promise of providing internet from almost anywhere. It is waiting to obtain regulatory approval to provide internet access. Until then, an email sent by SpaceX said the global roaming service is “subject to regulatory approval.” . The company adds that while it works to expand its satellite network, customers may experience “brief or no connectivity at all.” Potential customers should be prepared to pay the $599 price tag for the kit, plus an import fee for the Starlink terminals.
SpaceX already offers some more limited roaming options. The most notable is the company for existing resident users. This allows the customer to use his Starlink terminal while traveling within the home continent. The company’s
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