Starlink Outage Map
Starlink is a satellite internet constellation constructed by SpaceX providing a low latency, broadband internet system to meet the needs of consumers across the globe.
Starlink Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Salt Lake City, UT||5|
|Los Angeles, CA||4|
|St. Louis, MO||3|
|New York City, NY||3|
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Starlink Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@elonmusk When will starlink shoot meatballs back down to earth?
@CoxComm Switching to Starlink in a month. Tired of COX's "service"; rubber-banding in my games, disconnects, internet dropping constantly at night (which is mainly when I'm on). You'd think with with 180/Mbps you could have someone on YouTube and someone on a simple game... noooope
@CoxComm Switching to Starlink in a month. Tired of COX's "service"; rubber-banding in my games, disconnects, internet dropping constantly at night (which is mainly when I'm on). You'd with with 180DL you could have someone on YouTube and someone on a simple game... noooope
@Jayson_Bryant Well… given the location, you’re between a rock and a hard place. It exactly the kind of case where I’d recommend biting the satellite price bullet if you need broadband. Starlink may come down in price over time… Is there an Internet cafe that side of the island?
@ThreeUKSupport @ThreeUKSupport thanks, handsets are Samsung S20 and both have worked fine for WiFi calling previously. From your reply does that mean that Threes WiFi calling will work with starlink?. It looks like public ip is uk but it's a US based ISP. Trying to discount potential issues
@elonmusk you can use #Starlink to make #VirtualBlackBoxes for all large flights. Never again will we lose a 777 like #MH370
@stevebiddle @drboosacnoodle @plambrechtsen Well, that’s what Starlink has done around the world, especially in the US, it has forced rural bb service providers to lift their game. For a lot of them it will be too late. Maybe not for RCG
@stevebiddle @drboosacnoodle @plambrechtsen Which stability? Starlink or the 700MHz RBI? Or both? Starlink will get better as more satellites launch. I also hear that RBI is incrementally improving all the time
@drboosacnoodle @plambrechtsen @stevebiddle The good news for less well off would-be broadband users in these areas is that Starlink should put competitive pressure on prices and service quality. The bad news is that it will take years for the carriers to react.
@plambrechtsen @drboosacnoodle @stevebiddle If half the people with rubbish RBI reception were to buy Starlink, the remainder would no longer have to deal with congestion. Although that’s probably not their biggest problem.
I'm seriously hoping my starlink Internet kit arrives before the end of camping season, cellular service has been horrible lately, and I would love to try and work from camp before winter hits!
@billbennettnz @stevebiddle I hear this tweeted out frequently by Musk fanboys talking about RBI being bad, etc., acting like the StarLink hardware doesn’t cost $800 which must be paid upfront as a barrier.
@_wenderz @PercyRover Same applies worldwide, starlink service just happens to only be in America right now.
@EvanDavidC @therevsteve And it is reasonable to argue that $10B to connect a couple million rural homes (for $99/mo) is a lot of money for relatively few people to level up to broadband. I'm not complaining because I'm a Starlink customer, but it's not really philanthropic at its heart.
@Todd_Segal Someone should start an emergency Starlink service. Have dish, will travel.