I definitely will. Just got a tracking number so it shouldn't be too long.Let us know how it turns out. We're rural. But only 15 minutes from the city and our only available internet is 2-3 mbps download speed. Just a step sideways from dial-up and kicks out often.
Really curious...do weather conditions cause it to slow down?So far, I'm VERY happy with mine and the customer support is very personal and informative (real people who care and understand their jobs). I average 70Mbps down maybe higher, but it has been as high as 200 and as low as 35 for brief periods.
Thanks...keep us posted as my daughter is living in an area with no signal and really needs to jump onboard.Apparently it generates enough heat to melt small amounts of snow off the dish but if there is a lot of snow you might have to clear it off. I suspect heavy cloud cover has to slow it down a bit. Mine should show up in the next day or two.
This was my thought exactly. We are in the same boat as you. Speeds are the same and kids grown up.Just curious about the cost per month and the reliability during poor weather.
I’m on a wide area WiFi system. Download speeds are 7-10 Mbps, upload 1 - 1.5Mbps. no speed demon but good enough for us to stream movies and browse internet simultaneously. We don’t have kids in the house doing anything that requires more.
Cost is $60/month.
But it works even when we have satellite TV outages due to rain and snow. If Starlink goes out when snow collects on the dish or ebbed big rain/thunderstorms roll through I would not be interested in extra speed.