Starlink Now Cheaper In 27 Cities


Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX), an American spacecraft manufacturer who also offers internet service through their subsidiary, Starlink, announced that Starlink is now cheaper in 27 cities.

Their internet service which is famous for providing fast internet service in the remote areas will be provided for more affordable prices to residents of many cities. Sadly, all these cities are in one country.

According to SpaceX, “In the United States, new orders in certain regions are eligible for a one-time savings in areas where Starlink has abundant network availability. A $200 discount will be applied to your Starlink kit price when ordering on, and if activated after purchasing from a retailer, a $200 credit will be applied.”

It is currently a mystery whether SpaceX intends to continue with the trend in other cities, at least in North American ones. Many countries have individuals who boarded Starlink between 2019 and 2024. In fact, the subsidiary had about 3 million subscribers from 75 countries as of May 2024.

It will not be too much to expect special discounts like the one offered to millions of American citizens via SpaceX’s latest statement.


The 27 cities where Starlink will be cheaper shortly are, Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Florida, and Hawaii.

This is not the first time SpaceX reduced the price customers paid to obtain their service. There have been several special drops in prices – and also their increment – both in the USA and abroad.

For example, SpaceX gifted Africa’s largest democracy Nigeria a 45% discount not long ago. The price reportedly fell from 800,000 Naira to 440,000.

Starlink is yet to get a foothold in South Africa where it has no license to render services. All the West African country’s legal subscribers have already been cut off since negotiations between Starlink and South Africa became unfruitful.


Individuals from South Africa still subscribe to Starlink by backdoor means, though, despite series of warnings in the country against patronising the service provider.

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