While some things go up, others go down in price, as is the case of Starlink ‘s satellite internet service . The company led by Elon Musk is reducing the rates for its service in markets such as Mexico , the Dominican Republic, Brazil, the United Kingdom and Germany.
According to various messages, some users began to report the cost reduction after the company sent an email, where it was reported that the measure was the result of the reduction in the prices of some components.
Starlink price in Mexico
In the case of Mexico, the price of the installation kit, which includes the antenna and the installation kit, went from costing 14,300 pesos to 8,300 pesos, while the monthly plan went from having a price for residence of 2,299 pesos to 1,100 pesos.
Although users who purchased the installation package prior to August 24 will not have the discount applied to their kit, they will be able to have a lower monthly rate.
In the case of the RV service, the service that allows you to have high-speed internet and low latency anywhere, had a reduction in monthly rent, since it went from costing 2,879 pesos to 1,350 pesos.
In some markets, such as Brazil, the service is not yet available, but users will be able to pre-order the equipment and the service, which will arrive in the first fiscal quarter of 2023.
In March of this year, after officially arriving in November 2021.
Starlink is part of Elon Musk’s company SpaceX and it is a company focused on providing satellite internet to communities where access to this service is difficult to carry.
Its goal since it was launched is to have around 12,000 satellites in orbit that will allow its customers to have a wireless connection. Officially, the company arrived in the country on October 28, 2021, this after obtaining authorization from the Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT) to market its service in the national territory.