Some Starlink customers in the U.S. will see their bills change based on capacity come April 24th.
According to a tweet from Sawyer Merritt, a Tesla investor, customers residing in areas with “excess capacity” will see their bills decrease $20 USD a month to a final cost of $90 USD/month. Those located where Starlink has “limited capacity” will see their bills increase $10 USD/month to $120 USD per month. Starlink for RV customers will also see a $15 USD price hike to $150 USD/month.
Customers have reportedly been notified of their associated price change through email. If responses on Twitter are any indication, customers aren’t happy with the increase.
And of course I’m in a “limited capacity” zone. 🤦♂️
— KerbalSpaceNut (@KerbalNut) February 22, 2023
Merritt points out the change applies to U.S. customers, and it’s unclear if Canadians will also see a price hike. MobileSyrup has reached out to the company and will update this article once a response is available.
Starlink users in Canada last saw a price hike in March 2022. While other countries saw a decrease in the summer, Canada was not on that list.
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Source: @SawyerMerritt/ Twitter