One of the most frequent questions we get from readers is, “How much is starlink internet in Nigeria?”
There is a one-time price for the equipment and a shipping fee, as well as a monthly fee for internet connection at a fixed rate.
In this article, we’ll answer the ultimate question: how much is Starlink internet in Nigeria? And how to get Starlink in Nigeria. We’ll also show you how to order it yourself.
Here’s what we’ll be talking about in this article.
- How much is Starlink internet in Nigeria
- How to get Starlink in Nigeria
How much is Starlink internet in Nigeria?
SpaceX, the company founded by Elon Musk, plans to deploy its new Starlink satellite internet service in Nigeria in 2022.
Nigerians will have to pay a one-time charge of $500 (N207,000) for the equipment and roughly $60 (N25,000) for shipping, as well as a monthly fee of $99 (N41,000) for internet access, in order to obtain the service.
How to get Starlink in Nigeria?
Nigerians can pre-order the broadband connection by paying a $99 deposit on Starlink’s website. The money will be reimbursed to subscribers if the corporation fails to deliver the internet connection by a date in 2022 that has been projected.
So to place a pre-order for Starlink.
- Visit Starlink’s website at https://www.starlink.com/
- There is an Order Now section on the website.
- Fill up your service address or the location where you wish the service to be delivered.
- If your address qualifies for the service, you’ll see a list of nearby areas.
- On that page, Starlink will also include a headline stating that coverage in your location is expected in 2022, with limited availability and on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Users will have to enter information such as their first and last names, phone number, and email address.
- They’ll also have to enter their credit card information in order to make a $99.00 deposit.
SpaceX launched its enormous broadband network to help give internet access to people all across the world, particularly in rural and distant locations.
Nigeria is expected to be the first African country to receive Starlink service.
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