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Duane 3NE 2NR wrote:https://www.inverse.com/innovation/spacex-starlink-heres-how-much-it-will-cost-to-subscribe
Musk suggested it could come at a steep price. The CEO floated the idea of a figure somewhere around US$100 and US$300.
That means, all in all, Starlink could launch for somewhere around the US$80 per month mark, plus an extra US$100 to US$300 for installation costs.
Hahahahahaha! "Our government not that stupid" hahahahahaha!EFFECTIC DESIGNS wrote:paid_influencer wrote:those in charge of who? this system will be literally over their head
while Trinidad is corrupt as hell, I don't see anyone stopping the future. I mean this thing in low orbit space, unless TATT plans on shooting it down with a missile they can only do very little in stopping this.
Let us say they try everything in their powers to not grant Musk any license, all you gonna need is a credit card and a satellite dish.
The only hard part is gonna be to get the dish, but knowing Trinidad it is gonna be pretty easy to get this. Eventually those in power will be voted out and a promise from a new government in granting licenses.
Also there is the part where this new system is so far ahead, that if Trinidad doesn't allow it we will just be held back economically and technologically while the rest of the world beats us. Hard to believe any government would be that stupid and even if they are, there will be ways to get this.
Can't stop Space X, them gonna conquer Mars soon
redmanjp wrote:when it reaching trinidad?
Ben_spanna wrote:and all i want is CAble tv to have all the adds and sub titles in Fagging English and not this spengleesh Sh1t!
Ben_spanna wrote:Yeah, some of us still have cable ! LOL
maj. tom wrote:Yes. But what Starlink has to do with Direct TV?