Good news from Starlink: Elon Musk’s company is reducing Internet prices in response to “local market conditions.” The changes affected many countries, including Ukraine. Now, instead of $100, a monthly subscription costs $60 for our users.

Such discounts are reported all over the world. For example, in Great Britain the price has dropped from £89 to £75, and in Germany from €100 to €80. At a time when everything is becoming more expensive due to inflation, such changes are welcomed in the world.

“The price reduction depends on your local market conditions and is meant to reflect parity in purchasing power across our customers,” reads the message users receive from Starlink.

In the US, the situation is less clear. Some users have been notified of the discount, but the company’s website still lists the regular price of $110 for the local market.