Recent updates come up with information that Space X is soon going to offer Starlink’s Satellite Internet to the Canadian people. Do you find this interesting? According to updates, the country regulators- the innovation, science, and economic development are there and have granted the request for regulatory approval. Further, this is going to allow beta access to high-speed internet network and that too provided by the Starlink Satellite Constellation.
The service beta trial started a few days back only when Space X sends out an email to all the people who signed up to have more information regarding it. In the nation US, this is a service that costs around $99 per month, and this does not include the $499 cost for the hardware kit needed for access to the network. Space X called the beta program “Better than Nothing Beta” just to lower down the expectations of people. Moreover, in the email, it explained down everything properly that the service is going to suffer from inconsistent performance and brief periods with no connectivity at the first only. Testers who tested everything earlier says that there have been coming mostly positive results, though some of them are reporting download speed of over 100Mbps. But still it’s good.
Space X has always intended to include down the more rural parts of Canada as their first locations where it plans down to offer beta access. However, this is s service that is going to reach only a limited number of locations. This is because it still needs to have approval from ground stations in the country. According to the Space Q, this means that the beta program is initially going to be available in areas that are mostly covered by the US ground stations. So, wait until it achieves full global coverage by the end of next year.