FCC Nixes SpaceX Funding For Rural Starlink Service

Artist's concept of Starlink.
Credit: SpaceX
CAPE CANAVERAL—The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is revoking plans to award SpaceX up to $886 million over 10 years to subsidize broadband internet service to rural households in the U.S. via the Starlink satellite network. Specifically, the FCC objected to the $600 price tag of a Starlink...

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