Early adopters of SpaceX’s Starlink internet share their experience



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SpaceX has begun rolling out beta service of its Starlink internet to early adopters who reported internet speeds higher than 95 percent of the leading providers.

One user found the space broadband is ‘streaming 1440p and 4K with zero buffering’ and a screen shot from another customer shows latency speed of 38 milliseconds. 

An email sent to a handful of consumers last month attempted to lower their expectations for the ‘Better Than Nothing’ beta service that was said to have data speeds varying from 50Mb/s to 150Mb/s and latency from 20ms to 40ms – and warned there may be ‘be brief periods of no connectivity at all.’

However, initial connectivity appears to have surpassed expectations and CEO Elon Musk says it ‘will significantly improve soon.’

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graphical user interface, application: SpaceX has begun rolling out beta service of its Starlink internet to early adopters who reported internet speeds higher than 95 percent of the leading providers. One user found the space broadband is 'streaming 1440p and 4K with zero buffering


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Early adopters of SpaceX’s Starlink internet say they are strealing 4K videos ‘with zero buffering’


By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com

20:44 02 Nov 2020, updated 20:44 02 Nov 2020

  • SpaceX is rolling out its Starlink internet to those who signed up in the summer
  • Users are saying it has internet speeds higher than 95% of the leading providers
  • One users said they are streaming 1440p and 4K with zero buffering
  • Another shared a screenshot showing  latency speed of 38 milliseconds

SpaceX has begun rolling out beta service of its Starlink internet to early adopters who reported internet speeds higher than 95 percent of the leading providers.

One user found the space broadband is ‘streaming 1440p and 4K with zero buffering’ and a screen shot from another customer shows latency speed of 38 milliseconds. 

An email sent to a handful of consumers last month attempted to lower their expectations for the ‘Better Than Nothing’ beta service that was said to have data speeds varying from 50Mb/s

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