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Starlink: official availability map

Starlink, the new satellite Internet system that offers speeds of around 300Mpbs, has just released an official availability map:


This is what it looks like as of the date of this post:

The plan is, in time, to have worldwide coverage. There is also a map of known users which you can find here. You can also check your address at starlink.com to see if service is accepted in your area.

Starlink are actively improving their service with more satellites, updated software, new generations of dish and more service options. Their goal is for a fully mobile service, but even now some of us are using Starlink in 4X4s, trucks and caravans so it does work for travelers even if it’s not perfect. Here’s what Australia looks like now:

It can be hard to differentiate between the ‘waitlist’ area and shading of lakes, so look closely..clue is the waitlist areas tend to not to have uneven borders.

If you want to know more about Starlink for vehicle-based travellers such as 4x4ers, overlanders, caravanners and others, watch these videos:

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