Starlink released a new cluster of commercial-grade Priority Internet plans created specifically for customers who need incredibly high internet speeds and those with numerous people using their network.
It is also the most expensive plan Starlink has designed so far, ranging from $250 to $5,000 per month in addition to a one-time hardware cost of $2,5000. Starlink’s High Performance Kit includes the Starlink dish, a power supply, a wall mount, a WiFi router, all necessary cables, and a base.
“With network priority, users can expect download speeds of up to 220 Mbps, upload up to 25 Mbps, and latency of 25-50 ms, enabling high throughput connectivity for offices of 20+ users, storefronts, and demanding workloads across the globe.”
Starlink’s Priority Internet plans are great for businesses that utilize a lot of data and are customizable depending on their needs. Each place comes with unlimited standard data, network priority as well as 24/7 customer support access, and a public IPv4 address. Customers can buy 1TB of Priority Internet for $250 per month, 2TB of Priority for $500 a month, or up to 5TB of Priority for $1,500 per month.
Starlink is also offering Mobile Priority plans which boast “high speed global internet up to 220 Mbps download, for critical in-motion applications,” such as emergency response vehicles, shuttles, trucks, and buses.
These plans start at $250 per month for 50GB and cost $1,000 per month for 1TB or $5,000 per month for 5TB. The Flat High Performance hardware has a one-time fee of $2,500 and is resilient in harsh environments, has enhanced GPS capabilities, and can be permanently installed into vehicles.
This mobile plan is recommended for maritime emergency responders and other mobile businesses and has a 30-day trial period with a guaranteed full refund on hardware if not satisfied.