I’ve been reading some stuff that sounds like you will be able to “roam” with your setup. People are setting it up to go on their travel trailers or RVs and reporting good results. They have a map now that shows where you can sign up and if you are in the green you can have service within a week or so.
Negative is the cost has gone up to $110/mo. I’m paying $80 right now for wireless that gives me around 25mb speed, right now it looks like starlink is hitting 100mbs pretty consistently unless you are in an oversubscribed area and they have frozen new hookups in those areas.
I’m curious what the reliability is going to be, it might be worth the extra $ if it is super reliable, I probably lose my wireless internet connection 3 or 4 times and month. Would possibly be worth it for roaming also to have full blown internet wherever we haul the trailer.
The rural fire department of which I am a member started to use starlink about three months ago. We run about 150 Mbps, and have our e-pager system tied to it. Our emergency response is semi reliant on it. Zero outages in the last three months.
The one thing I am still leery about is that customer service is basically nonexistent. If something breaks or goes wrong, it seems like it will be a potentially cumbersome process to get it fixed. That said, to a person I know of about a dozen, all people do is rave about the product.