Elon Musk’s SpaceX announced on Wednesday, February 22, that its Starlink internet service is now available in the Philippines.
Users can go to Starlink’s website and input their address to check the availability of the satellite internet service in their area.
The service has a fixed payment of P2,700 monthly, no contract, plus a P29,320 fee for the hardware. Shipping the hardware will take an estimated two to three weeks after the order has been placed.
Starlink says users may try the satellite service for 30 days and if they’re not satisfied, they may return the hardware for a full refund.
Starlink promises low latency internet connection and download speeds of up to 200Mbps.