Starlink, the high-speed, low-latency satellite-based broadband internet service, provided by Elon Musk's SpaceX, which is capable of delivering 150Mbps internet speeds to any location in the world, currently has more than 400,000 subscribers worldwide and has been licensed to operate in all seven continents of the world.

But, it doesn't come cheap. According to a Techloy analysis, users living in Canada would have to pay a one-time fee of $760 for the Starlink satellite dish and Wi-Fi router, and a $140 fee for a monthly subscription plan – that is $160 more than users in the United States pay for the hardware and about $100 more than users in Nigeria would pay for their monthly subscription.

This Techloy Chart below shows the cost of Starlink's service in 15 selected countries across Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, based on our research from the SpaceX-owned satellite broadband internet service.

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