Elon Musk’s internet has more speed in Mexico than in the United States 


Starlink, Elon Musk’s internet, was faster in Mexico than in the United States.

With good reason, some Tesla employees complained about the speed of the WiFi during their return to the offices. According to a report by Ookla, Elon Musk‘s internet, Starlink is faster in Mexico than in the United States. 

The internet diagnostic services company measures the performance of its satellite services and has just updated the data for the first quarter of 2022, which includes areas of Europe, Oceania, North and South America. 

The report reveals that Starlink speed increased 58% in Canada and 38% in the United States compared to its results last year. 


In the United States, Starlink’s average download speed improved by approximately 38%, from 65.72 Mbps in the first quarter of 2021 to 90.55 Mbps in the first quarter of 2022. In Canada, download speeds increased by almost 58%. %, from 61.84 Mbps to 97.40 Mbps during the same period.


However, Elon Musk’s internet in Mexico became the fastest satellite provider in the North American region in the first quarter of this year 2022 with an average download speed of 105.91 Mbps, followed by Canada with 97.40 Mbps and the USA with 90.55 Mbps.

Importantly, despite these Starlink numbers in Mexico, the service turned out to be slower than fixed broadband for all providers combined in the US (144.22 Mbps) and Canada (106.86 Mbps). . 

Elon Musk’s Starlinks now give Wi-Fi to vehicles, ships and planes

Starlink now has the green light to expand by land, air, and sea. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) authorized SpaceX to provide internet of Starlink to moving vehicles, including semi-trailers and RVs, planes, and boats.

The FCC ad his decision on Thursday, which will allow the private satellite communications company to expand its recent agreements with airlines. “The authorization of a new class of terminals for the SpaceX satellite system will expand the range of broadband capabilities to meet the growing demands of users who now require connectivity while on the go, whether driving a motorhome across the country, moving a freighter from Europe to a port in the United States or during a domestic or international flight,” the FCC wrote in its authorization order.

The company Elon Musk’s SpaceX has been building a mega constellation of satellites in low Earth orbit, with plans to launch a whopping 42,000 satellites to provide broadband internet to distant parts of the world. star link this offering connectivity in parts of the united states and Canada, as well as in New Zealand, some parts of Australia, the United Kingdom, and some European countries such as Spain and France. But the company hopes to expand to the rest of the world by the end of the year.

SpaceX also hopes to establish new partnerships with business customers rather than sticking with regular consumers. In April, Starlink ad its first partnership with a major airline, Hawaiian Airlines, to provide free in-flight Wi-Fi. Delta Airlines also started to try Starlink Internet on board their flights.

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