Starlink Internet For RV Arrived

I ordered this thing as quick as I could and just got it so I chose to film a quick test on it. There are pros and cons to this internet plan though.

Pros:
-No waitlist
-Service can be paused
-Totally moveable

Cons:
-Diminished service priority vs. home starlink plans (in regions with plenty of users)
-It is expensive
-Does not run on 12 volts, you need an inverter

6 Comments:

  1. Have you considered a mobile wind turbine rather than or as well as solar? It might work better in Canada.

  2. usmaan qureshi

    Starlink is good but Telus offer a smarthub with up to a 100mbs plans and Starlink isn’t reliable if there is too much traffic on the satellite its gonna boot you off

  3. What’s that battery / panel combo you’re using?

  4. No link?

  5. Chloe Manchestor

    βš‘β„πŸŒ¬πŸŒŠπŸŒœπŸ’ˆπŸŒπŸ’’β˜β˜€πŸŒ€πŸŒˆπŸ”₯πŸ’§β­πŸŒŸβ›… *Because of love. God sent His Son Jesus Christ to die in our place. Three days later. Rose him from the dead.* *Now. By Jesus Christ alone. God has granted us the free gift of eternal life. He will save and heal you.* *If you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead* *He’ll give you eternal life*
    *(Look up at the sky and ask God)*

  6. This is exactly the sort of way I was hoping Starlink access would be used!

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