The SpaceX Starlink satellite system is being credited with giving new internet options to RV owners.
Elon Musk's space technology company announced that it has rolled out the Starlink internet service on an as-needed basis for RVs, costing customers a base price of $110 per month.
"Starlink for RVs is ideal for customers traveling to locations where connectivity has been unreliable or completely unavailable," SpaceX said.
The service includes an option to pause and restart it as needed.
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Customers will also reportedly have the option of relocating their satellite dishes for an additional $25.
SpaceX said the internet service is not currently designed for use while an RV is in motion.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk announced Monday night that he was testing the Starlink internet system while flying aboard his plane.
I work. Yes, I am testing Starlink on the plane. Some polishing needed, but it’s working quite well.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 23, 2022
Musk replied via a tweet to someone asking what the SpaceX CEO does while he flies, specifically asking if he uses the Starlink system.
"I work. Yes, I am testing Starlink on the plane," Musk tweeted. "Some polishing needed, but it's working quite well."
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The tweet was part of a larger Twitter thread in which Musk rejected allegations of sexual misconduct involving a flight attendant aboard his plane.
"Astute observers of my plane (and there [are] many) will note that I don't use a flight attendant," Musk tweeted.