Anuvu joins the Starlink maritime reseller list

The deluge of Starlink maritime reseller announcements continues, with connectivity provider Anuvu the latest to join the club.

Anuvu has signed a deal to become an authorised global reseller for the LEO satcom service from SpaceX, offering Starlink antennas at a price of $2,500. The company said it has already been supporting customers using the system in the cruise, energy and yacht sectors since last year, when Starlink was granted maritime approval by the US FCC.

Anuvu will provide the antennas without requiring a product or service bundle to be purchased and will provide end-user customer support for installations. A support plan is required on top of the $2,500 antenna price, starting from $179 per year.

Starlink connectivity service plans including up to 5TB of unlimited capacity are available through Anuvu as an optional extra, at a price of $5,000 per month.

“Before entering the Starlink resale business, we wanted to guarantee the most seamless, affordable, obligation-free experience for maritime customers and that’s exactly what we’ve done,” said Erik Carlsen, SVP, Maritime, Energy & Government at Anuvu.

“Customers who buy Starlink from Anuvu get our expertise and customer support without any strings attached. For maritime operators adopting a LEO solution, there’s no simpler path than ours, to acquire Starlink.” 

“We’re happy to engage as a trusted technology guide and partner for our customers, but if you just need the fastest Starlink maritime service available in a seamless and straightforward process, then Anuvu is the obvious choice.”

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