Starlink subscribers can now take their internet service to any supported location in the same continent for a monthly fee. Starlink offers its service via thousands of satellites in low-Earth orbit and has already attracted a dedicated user-base. However, the presence of so many satellites has raised severe concerns among astronomers and astrophysicists, who worry that these are photo-bombing critical scientific images and impacting important astrophysical observations.

Starlink operates in many countries around the world, including the U.S. Although the company plans to extend its services to more regions, it hasn’t been smooth sailing in some of the most potentially lucrative markets. In India, for instance, the government regulator barred it from taking advance payments without regulatory clearances and a definite launch date. The service has also come under scrutiny in the U.S, where many customers have complained of massive delays in getting a working connection despite paying a $100 deposit upfront.

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In the FAQ section of its official support page, Starlink says that for an additional monthly fee, customers will now be able to take the service with them wherever they go. As part of the plan, the company is offering a $25 ‘Portability’ add-on feature that enables subscribers to “temporarily move their Starlink to … anywhere where Starlink provides active coverage within the same continent.” However, the availability of the portability add-on does not mean the service is available for use in moving vehicles.

Starlink Does Not Officially Support Moving Vehicles

Starlink Logo Over Starklink Dish

Starlink says that it does not support “in motion” use at this time, and using the Starlink Kit in a moving vehicle will void the warranty of the hardware. It is especially curious, given that Starlink’s internet service is now available in-flight, with Hawaiian Airlines recently tying-up with the company to offer up to 100Mbps connections to its customers for free. The move has been seen by many as the company’s first step towards becoming a high-speed internet service provider for airlines.

There’s no definitive word on whether Starlink will support on-the-go connectivity in the future, but Musk previously hinted that the company is aiming to offer connectivity in moving vehicles. Musk has also previously tweeted about Starlink being the perfect internet service for campers in their RVs. However, considering moving from one location to another with Starlink will now cost $135 per month (plus taxes), it is not exactly an incentive to use as a go-anywhere service.

The introduction of the $25 Portability add-on comes a few short weeks after Starlink hiked up its charges, increasing the cost of its hardware kit to $599 and the monthly subscription fee to $110. Starlink blamed inflation for the increase, explaining that the use of satellites to offer broadband from space has additional operational costs compared to other internet service providers.