Starlink now ships instantly in 32 countries

SpaceX’s satellite internet service Starlink is now available in 32 countries around the world, The company has announcedImpressively, Elon Musk’s space company said it would ship “immediately,” a reversal of previous issues that caused customers to wait months to receive their dishes.

Starlink shared a screenshot on Twitter showing the service’s availability map, which shows the service is “available” in most of Europe and North America, as well as parts of South America, Australia and New Zealand. Much of the rest of the world, including the entire African continent, is shown as “coming soon,” and is expected to launch at various points in 2023.

The 32 countries represented by Starlink are up from earlier this year, when SpaceX said it was only available at 25. But even more notable is the number of countries SpaceX claims can now ship its dishes to customers immediately — the service’s subreddit is filled with stories of customers having to wait months for orders to be filled. In April, Rest of the world Most Starlink users are reportedly based in North America, with most of the rest in Australia, New Zealand and Europe.

For our first-hand impressions of using the service in practice, check out our review from last May. After a price hike started in March, new Starlink orders now cost $599 upfront for the starter kit, with a monthly service fee of $110 to receive internet service.

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