JAKARTA – News that the Indonesian government will partner with Elon Musk’s Starlink has raised a number of questions. One of them is the price they will offer.
As previously reported by Okezone, satellite Internet service is expected to provide an alternative to reach areas that require quality Internet, but are located in remote areas of Indonesia.
Previously, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan met Elon Musk some time ago during a visit to the Tesla Giga Factory in Austin, Texas, United States. In the discussion, Luhut mentioned Musk’s desire to create affordable internet in Indonesia.
“We also talked about Elon’s desire to collaborate on establishing an affordable Internet network in eastern Indonesia using the famous Starlink satellite,” Luhut said.
There is no set price for a Starlink subscription, even in Indonesia. If you refer to the report, the price offered reaches 200 US dollars or 3 million IDR per month, according to the PCmag report.
Meanwhile, according to Cnet, even for services that use the Starlink Kit satellite dish the price will be around 599 dollars, or 9.3 million rupees.
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