VSTECS Partners with SpaceX to Bring Starlink Internet to Malaysia

VSTECS Berhad, Malaysia’s leading ICT solutions provider, has signed an agreement with SpaceX to distribute its Starlink satellite internet service across Malaysia. This groundbreaking partnership aims to increase internet connectivity and speed nationwide. 

As a licensed Starlink distributor, VSTECS will leverage its extensive channel network and relationships with top retailers like Harvey Norman to make high-speed Starlink internet readily accessible. Starlink’s network of low Earth orbit satellites promises to deliver fast, reliable connectivity even to remote areas lacking infrastructure. Customers can expect speed around 100Mbps, it’s not great compare to fiber, but if you are out of nowhere, that’s fast. 

credit: SpaceX

“We are thrilled about this collaboration with pioneering company SpaceX to bring its revolutionary Starlink satellite internet to all corners of Malaysia,” said VSTECS CEO JH Soong. “Starlink’s exceptional performance can vastly improve connectivity for underserved communities, positioning Malaysia at the forefront of digital transformation.”

The Malaysian government has been actively pursuing programs to achieve 100% internet penetration, recognizing universal broadband access as crucial for economic growth. The introduction of Starlink aligns with nationwide digital initiatives and will help the country attain its connectivity goals.

VSTECS is uniquely qualified to drive Starlink adoption throughout Malaysia with its unrivaled market reach across critical sectors like education, healthcare, finance, and more. By joining forces with SpaceX’s cutting-edge satellite network, VSTECS is accelerating internet equality and propelling Malaysia into a new digital era.

Residential Plan Pricing

  • Unlimited data
  • RM220 ($46) per month
  • One-time hardware cost: RM2,300

Priority Plan Pricing

  • 1 TB of high-speed priority data per month
  • RM986 ($208) per month
  • One-time hardware cost: RM2,300
  • Best for small or midsize businesses with 5-10 employees

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