Thursday, December 8, 2022

SpaceX adds data restrictions for Starlink power users

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  • Elon Musk’s SpaceX introduced restrictions to its Starlink internet service to curtail data drains of power users.
  • The company added a new policy on data use that will result in “slower speeds” for customers who use one terabyte of data per month during “peak hours.”
  • SpaceX’s Starlink team wrote in the email that the change was due to “a small number of users consuming unusually high amounts of data.”

The company’s priority system applies to residential customers in the U.S. and Canada, who pay $110 a month, as well as all its business and maritime customers, who pay $500 a month and $5,000 a month, respectively.

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