Starlink is available in 32 countries around the world, according to the company. Musk's space company says it will ship immediately, contrary to earlier issues that caused customers to wait months to receive their dishes.
The service is available in most of Europe and North America, as well as parts of South America, Australia, and New Zealand. The rest of the world is shown as coming soon, with availability expected at various points in the future.
The amount of countries Starlink serves has increased compared to earlier this year, when it was only available in 25. There are many countries where the service claims to be shipping its dishes to customers immediately. The majority of Starlink users are based in North America, according to a report by Rest of World.
Check out our review from May last year for our first-hand impressions of what the service is like. After a price increase that came into force in March, new Starlink orders now cost $599 upfront for its starter kit, with a monthly service charge of $110 to receive internet service.