Satellite internet provider Starlink is reducing subscription prices in the Netherlands and Belgium. Customers in the Netherlands now pay 85 euros and in Belgium customers pay 80 euros per month. That was 99 euros per month in both countries.
Several customers report to Tweakers that they have received an email from the service about the price reduction. The new tariffs can already be seen on the Starlink website. If you enter an address in the Netherlands, you will see a subscription fee of 85 euros; for Belgian addresses, that is 80 euros. In other countries, too, the price of the subscription seems to be reduced. For example, in the UK, the amount went from 89 to 75 pounds.
The Dutch and Belgians have so far paid 99 euros for the subscription with the satellite internet provider. New subscribers in Belgium also pay less for the hardware, which costs 460 Euros there compared to 480 euros in the Netherlands. The subscription has been available everywhere in the Benelux since last year.