February 2, 2022

Jon Porter on theverge.com:

[…] the new service includes a larger high performance antenna and advertises speeds of between 150 and 500Mbps (20 to 40ms latency), up from the 50 to 250Mbps (20 to 40ms latency) promised by its regular service. Premium also claims roughly double the upload speeds at 20 to 40Mbps, compared to 10 to 20Mbps for the standard tier.

It’s $2,500 for the antenna, and $500 a month, so clearly for the enterprise. Expensive, but if you’re in a place without good wired internet, not a crazy ammount.


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