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[Updated] Starlink internet down, not working or disconnected

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[Updated] Starlink internet down, not working or disconnected

New updates are added at the bottom of this story…….

The original story (published August 18, 2022) follows:

Starlink users in Los Angeles, Seattle, San Francisco, New York and a few other cities are reporting that the internet is down and not working or keeps being disconnected.

The problem seems to have been going on for at least half an hour and service outage detectors such as Downdetector and Fing indicate that it is indeed a widespread outage.

We have shared some user reports below for your reference:

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@elonmusk why??? Why did you delete statistics when you are logged out? Why also remove the reboot starlink???? Why is it so low now? (Source)

Your starlink wifi is terrible. Therefore I ask for a 1v1 in fortnite for 50,000 dollars you rub (Source)

@SpaceX Any info on why #Starlink is down or how long the issue will last? (Source)

Right now, users seem to be getting a message that their Starlink service is “Offline”. Some even shared screenshots of the Starlink app showing outages and how long they lasted for the past 12 hours.

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This suggests that the company should be aware of the issue, however, there is no public statement acknowledging the outage.

Most users can currently expect Starlink to fix the issue as soon as possible.

We will keep an eye on the situation and post an update if and when there are further developments regarding the issue.

Update 1 (August 18, 2022)

7:41 p.m. (IST): It appears that the recent Starlink Internet outage has now been resolved, as reports of Descent detector decreased.

Update 2 (August 30, 2022)

12:50 p.m. (IST): New reports on Twitter and Descent detector now suggest that Starlink internet is down again or not working for many.

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