SpaceX may be coming soon Start submission Starlink’s satellite internet service for Canadians. Country regulators – particularly the Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development – have granted the company’s request for regulatory approval, allowing beta access to the high-speed Internet network provided by StarLink’s satellite alliance.
.P SpaceX Participate in an effort to help Canadians connect to high-speed Internet!
Regulatory approval P SpaceXstarlink Low Earth Orbit Satellite Alliance Granted!
– ISED (ISED_CA) November 6, 2020
Beta trials of the service began a few days after SpaceX Emails sent For people who have previously signed up to get more information about it. In the US, this service costs users $ 99 per month, not including the 9,499 upfront cost for the hardware kit needed to access the network. SpaceX called the beta program “Better Than Nothing Beta” to lower public expectations. It explained in an email that the service was suffering from inconsistent performance and a short period of time with no connectivity at first. Early testers share positive results with some Reporting Download speeds greater than 100Mbps.
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