SpaceX recently expanded its Starlink beta invites to Canada, allowing Canadians to also test the satellite internet, which costs $649 CAD for the dish and $129 CAD per month for the service with unlimited data.
To better track where these Starlink internet beta invites are being set out, @MFrunker created a map of points across Canada showing all the locations currently using Starlink, a collaboration with @aaronbrighton.
Every location that has recived a Starlink beta invite in Canada. Looks super nice when mapped. Amazing work @elonmusk ! Thanks to @aaronbrighton for making the map possible. #SpaceX #Starlink pic.twitter.com/0ZsJz5EEnn
— Tesla MotherFrunker #FSDBetaCanada (@MFrunker) November 30, 2020
As you can see, the latitudes so far are fairly low. For those seeking locations in B.C., they are listed below:
You can see a full list of Canadian locations using Starlink internet beta by visiting this pastebin link.
Below, you can see the current list of latitudes for provinces with Starlink internet beta invites, according to Reddit. The latitude range appears to be from 45.1 degrees to 51.1 degrees, so check your location and figure out if you could be next.
Also, you can see there’s no love for Quebec right now for Starlink internet beta. It’s unclear why but we may find out soon enough (language requirements?).
Recently, it was announced Starlink internet would connect Canada’s Pikangikum First Nation, as part of a collaboration between Ontario and the Government of Canada.