Starlink internet kits now available at SM malls via Silicon Valley stores

If don’t have a fiber internet connection in your area, you might want to check out the Starlink internet kits that are now available at select SM malls nationwide via Silicon Valley stores.

Starlink is a satellite internet service that is owned by SpaceX, the company founded by visionary entrepreneur Elon Musk. It uses a network of low earth orbit satellites to beam internet to the surface, bringing connectivity even in remote areas.

We reported back in October that Starlink internet kits will be sold at SM malls. And in case you missed it, they are now available via Silicon Valley and Silicon Valley Gaming Arena (SVGA), the authorized resellers of Datalake, the official distributor of Starlink in the Philippines.

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Shoppers can choose between two types of kits: residential for homeowners and enterprise for businesses. The kits start at ₱28,000, which includes the hardware such as the satellite dish, the router, and the power supply. The monthly service fee is ₱2,700 for residential users, while the enterprise plans vary depending on the bandwidth and data usage.

Starlink has been available in the Philippines since February 2023, when Data Lake became the first Starlink integrator in the country.

It can offer speeds of up to 150Mbps and latency of around 20-40 milliseconds, making it a viable option for areas without fiber internet connection. However, it’s important to note that fiber generally offers significantly higher speeds and lower latency, making it the preferred choice for demanding applications.

Online shoppers can also purchase the kits on the SM Malls Online app and have them delivered straight to their homes or offices.

Starlink is expected to expand its coverage and improve its performance in the coming months, as more satellites are launched into orbit. SpaceX’s current goal is to deploy 12,000 satellites by 2026. is one of the most active tech sites in the Philippines. We enjoy sharing interesting and relevant stories about the latest trends in technology, developments in mobile phones and social media, and modern digital and geek culture.

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