After announcing that satellite internet From star linkAmerican billionaire company Elon MuskAvailable now all the time dominican republicThe company has announced the service prices and features.
according to star linkWith this service, users can expect download speeds of 150-350Mbps and latency between 20-40ms, enabling high-performance connectivity for offices of up to 20 users, retail stores and data uploads. around the world.
The company explains that there are no long-term contracts, data caps, or exclusivity requirements.
What is the price of?
star link I applied for the service price which includes AUD$38,900 in equipment(s), shipping and administration (S$0.00) and a monthly service fee of S$7,080.
The company states that “the price indicated above includes local taxes amounting to approximately R$5933.90”.
“Ask now to reserve star link. star link Expect to provide the service in your area starting in the third quarter of 2022. You will be notified when you have star link Ready to ship,” the company explains.
in North America
A study published on June 28 by Ookla (American Internet Diagnostic Services Company) revealed that average download speeds of star link It increased significantly from the first quarter of 2021 to the first quarter of 2022 in the US and Canada, as did the speeds of all fixed broadband providers combined.
In the US, the average download speed is star link It improved about 38%, from 65.72 Mbps in Q1 2021 to 90.55 Mbps in Q1 2022.
In Canada, the download speed is star link It increased by nearly 58%, from 61.84 Mbps to 97.40 Mbps over the same period.
However, according to Ookla’s analysis, download speeds are star link It was slower than the fixed broadband of all providers combined in the US at 144.22 Mbps and in Canada at 106.86 Mbps.
Last June, during his visit to Los Angeles for the Summit of the Americas, President Luis Abenader visited the facilities star link It announced that this entity had applied to provide its own Internet services in the country.
The President emphasized that once the application was approved, dominican republic It will be “the first country in the Caribbean and third in Latin America to have broadband, low latency, and global coverage at low cost.”