The goal will be to have the majority of internet traffic go over this network and about 10% local and business traffic." The U.S. Air Force is already testing it in military planes. That means, all in all, Starlink could launch for somewhere around the $80 per month mark, plus an extra $100 to $300 … Add to that the fact that 50% of humans still have no internet access, and you start to see why SpaceX is so interested in making the most of its own … We’re told this is the year we’ll get Starlink satellite internet—though we don’t yet have a month or even day just yet. SpaceX has been valued at around $33 billion, but the entire rocket launch industry only brings in around $5 billion per year. For example, average satellite internet plans cost anywhere from $30 today to $130 per month. The CEO floated the idea of a figure somewhere around $100 and $300. Look for Starlink satellite internet service in mid-2020 at the earliest and at the cost of about $80 a month. SpaceX is developing a low latency, broadband internet system to meet the needs of consumers across the globe. The company has not officially said what customers could expect Starlink internet plans to cost, but it’s not unreasonable to assume that any SpaceX internet plan cost will be competitive to what is currently available. Starlinks satellites will operate primarily on the Ku and Ka frequency bands. SpaceX is on a mission to beam cheap, high-speed internet to consumers all over the globe. Starlink will require a ground-based flat Phased Array antenna, which is roughly the size of a laptop computer and may cost between $100 – $300. Enabled by a constellation of low Earth orbit satellites, Starlink will provide fast, reliable internet to populations with little or no connectivity, including those in rural communities and places where existing services are too expensive or unreliable.