Starlink Has Launched Versions Of
Its dish for boats, ships and yachts, merely a few days after the FCC gave it permission to provide internet service to vehicles.
Starlink Maritime Can Deliver Up to
350 Mbps download speeds, which isn't bad at all for boats that didn't have an internet connection to begin with.
However, It Doesn't
Come cheap: The hardware alone will set customers back $10,000, which they have to pay for up front.
The Service Itself
Costs $5,000 a month, though like Starlink for RVs, customers can pause it when it's not in use.
They Can Choose Which Billing
Cycle to begin their pause, but they'll still have to pay for the full month whenever they switch the service on.
The residential Starlink setup's hardware costs only $599, while the service costs $110 a month.