High quality installation.
With our professional installations we ensure that the dish is positioned in the best location to gain optimum signal.
We will only use galvanised brackets to the brickwork and a 6-8″ heavy duty alloy mast, this enables the dish to sit above the gutter and get 100% coverage.
For customers who live in built up areas or have trees and other obstructions who cannot place it at ground level we offer a professional installation service.
We also install heavy duty fixings which can be used on a chimney installation if required.
A major part of any dish installation is the running of the cable, we will ensure that the cable is hidden where possible and secured to the walls. Entry to the building will be neat and water tight.
Starlink Installation Cost!
Site survey £79.
This covers our engineers visit to your property where professional advice will be given, the engineer will advise you the on where best to have the dish situated and the most discreet route for running the 100ft cable.
Full installation for domestic properties from £165 up to £350, depending on the complexities of the installation.
If a customer wishes to have the equipment installed at the time of the site survey the site survey fee will be DEDUCTED.
We also offer a one off fee of £230 this includes the site survey and your Starlink system will be installed regardless of how easy or difficult the installation is, (This offer is only for domestic properties).
At this moment in time we do not offer the ability to extend the cable any further than the 100ft provided with the installation equipment.
Payments are taken in advance.
High-speed, low latency broadband internet.
Starlink is now delivering initial beta service both domestically and internationally, and will continue expansion to near global coverage of the populated world in 2021.
During beta, users can expect to see data speeds vary from 50Mb/s to 150Mb/s and latency from 20ms to 40ms in most locations over the next several months as we enhance the Starlink system. There will also be brief periods of no connectivity at all.
As we launch more satellites, install more ground stations and improve our networking software, data speed, latency and uptime will improve dramatically.
Low latency = video calls & online gaming
Latency is the time it takes to send data from one point to the next. When satellites are far from Earth, latency is high, resulting in poor performance for activities like video calls and online gaming.
Starlink satellites are over 60 times closer to Earth than traditional satellites, resulting in lower latency and the ability to support services typically not possible with traditional satellite internet.