Elon Musk's Starlink tweeted that its internet service is now available in 32 countries across the world.
Parts of Australia, Brazil, Chile, the United States, Canada, and much of Europe designated as "accessible" on its map can have their equipment supplied "quickly."
Since exiting beta last year, the service has slowly expanded, with 12 nations available as of September 2021, up from 25 in February.
The map of Starlink shows "available" (light blue), "wait list" (medium blue), and "coming soon" (dark blue) locations (dark blue).
At latitudes below 60 degrees north, the service has a potential near-global reach, however availability is determined country by country.
Starlink has just increased its prices, with monthly service and the one-time dish purchase increasing from $99 to $110 and $499 to $549, respectively.